Draupadi Murmu Oath Ceremony Live News in Hindi: Draupadi Murmu has been sworn in as the 15th President of the country. Chief Justice of Supreme Court NV Raman administered the oath to him. Let us tell you that Murmu is the second woman President of the country, the first tribal woman to hold the highest constitutional office and the first President to be born in independent India.
Former President Kovind reaches his new residence
Former President Ram Nath Kovind reached his new residence 12 Janpath.
Former President Kovind departs from Rashtrapati Bhavan
Former President Ram Nath Kovind has left Rashtrapati Bhavan. During the farewell, Kovind was presented the Tri Service Guard of Honour.
21 gun salute given to Draupadi Murmu
President Draupadi Murmu inspected the Tri-Service Guard of Honor at Rashtrapati Bhavan. During this, he was also given a 21-gun salute.
PM Modi arrives at Rashtrapati Bhavan
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Rashtrapati Bhavan. Here he met President Draupadi Murmu.
Public interest is paramount for me: Draupadi Murmu
President Draupadi Murmu said that I have started the journey of life from the village of Odisha. This post is not my achievement, but the achievement of the poor of the country. I have come here with the power of democracy. I feel proud. Public interest is paramount for me.
May all our sisters and daughters be more and more strong
President Murmu said that I want all our sisters and daughters to be empowered more and more and they continue to increase their contribution in every field of the country.
I’ll keep your faith
President Murmu said that with the spirit of welfare of the world, I will always be ready to work with full devotion and dedication to live up to the trust of all of you.
My tribe carried on life in harmony with nature
President Murmu said that I have been born in that tribal tradition which has carried forward life in harmony with nature for thousands of years. I have realized the importance of forests and water bodies in my life. We take necessary resources from nature and serve nature with equal reverence. In my life so far, I have experienced the meaning of life in public service. There is a line from the poem of Bhim Bhoi ji, an eminent poet of Jagannath region. “Mo life was behind hell, the world is saved”. That is, work has to be done for the welfare of the world greater than the benefit and harm of one’s life.