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Wishes pour in from top honchos of AUS Labour Party as India celebrates its 75th Independence day.

News reported by NRI Herald Australia, 15 August 2021

Wishes pour in from top honchos of AUS Labour Party as India celebrates its 75th Independence day.

On the auspicious occasion of 15th August 2021 when India is celebrating its Golden Jubilee year of independence the top honchos of Australia Labour party has poured in their wishes which would fill entire Australian-Indian diaspora with delight and exhilaration.

Chris Minns MP

NSW Labour Leader and member of Kogarah says in his official letter along with a video message:

Today, the Republic of India is an economic powerhouse sitting amongst the largest and most influential of nations. It is the world’s fifth largest economy and on track to become the third.

Chris further says in his letter:

India has produced outstanding individuals in every field of human endeavour, from acclaimed artists and authors to revered sportspeople. And India is both the birthplace and epicentre of many great spiritual traditions - Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism.
Chriss Minns MP NSW Labour leader- India's 75 Independence day

Michelle Rowland MP

Shadow Minister of Communications and Federal member for Greenway says in her official letter:

Today we celebrate the vast accomplishments within the Republic of India. As a society that celebrates enterprise, knowledge and innovation, India has transformed itself into high-tech engine of the global economy. Literacy rates have soared from 12 to 78 per cent since achieving independence and the population has expanded to 1.2 billion people.

Michelle further says in her letter:

We are a smarter, more prosperous and more culturally enriched country because of the contributions of the Indian people and their children who have grown up here, and who now call Australian home.
Michelle Rowland MP Shadow Minister- India's 75 Independence day


Leader of Australian Labor Party and Member for Grayndler says in his official letter along with his video message:

Coming jus two years after the the World War II, India's independence was nothing short of a beacon of light after a period of profound darkness. As the clock struck midnight that fateful August night, it was what Prime Minister Nehru so famously described as a "tryst with destiny"

Anthony further says in his letter:

Nearly three quarters of a century later, India still leads the world as our largest democracy and as a remarkable, vibrant and diverse country.

Team NRI Herald would like to thank the honorable MPs of the Labour party for their kind words for Indian diaspora and also Harish Velji (winner of prestigious McKell Award) for sharing this news with us.

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