75th Independence Day Speech Ideas for Students
India is celebrating its 75th Independence Day which has the theme “75th Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav”. Although we are independent from foreign invaders and have governed our nation for 75 years, there is a long history of struggle to achieve this freedom. We are successfully ruling our country and moving towards a developed nation from a developing nation and leaving its mark on the world map.
Today India is governed by “the Constitution of India”, which has its own President, Prime Minister, Parliament – the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha, local governing bodies and numerous national political parties and regional. But achieving this goal was not as easy as it seems.
While preparing a speech for Independence Day, the following points should be kept in mind
When preparing for the Independence Day speech, you should remember some key points from your speech and the important incidents and movements that played a significant role in our independence.
First of all, we need to know why we celebrate Independence Day, why it is celebrated on August 15, why it took so long to achieve this freedom.
As we all know that we got freedom from the British on August 15, 1947, but “how this freedom was got, when did the first revolt start”, this speech would be incomplete without describing the sacrifices of our fighters and freedom leaders without whom we would not have celebrated this day today.
Independence day speech should include major revolts, Satyagrah movement, Khilafat movement, Dandi march, Bharat Chodo Andolan, Champaran agitation and non-cooperation movement.
In addition to this, it should also describe the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, the losses caused after the formation of the Simon Commission and the massacre of Indians during the World War.
It should also include the formation of different committees and the benefits and losses have been paid.
The speech is also expected to cover social welfare programs and measures taken by some British Governors General and Viceroys for the development of India.
When you conclude the speech, you can also describe the elections held before independence, the formation of princely states and regions, the formation of two nations, the committee formed to oversee the constitution and governance of India after the independence and a glorious few years after independence and the development our nation has gone through.