Anil Agarwal on Republic Day lauds women, especially women

Anil Agarwal on Republic Day lauds women, especially women

Anil Agarwal, the founder and chairman of Vedanta Resources Ltd, took to social media on the occasion of the 74th Republic Day to applaud the Indian youth, especially women, in leading the country from all quarters. He said Indian women were reaching new heights, from creating successful businesses to protecting the country at Siachen. Zameen aur asmaan dono pe hamari betiyon ka raaj hai our daughters rule everywhere, from the ground to the skies he said.

India is a land where dreams lead to endless possibilities. I see so many young people with passion in their eyes who work tirelessly to build our great nation. A nation we all salute, with deep respect, on this special day, said Agarwal in a LinkedIn post.

Nothing makes me prouder than seeing our youth reach new heights - whether it is creating successful businesses or protecting us at the Siachen glacier. Our women are not only leading our country, but they are also leading our companies and communities. From Rani Laxmibaii to Kalpana Chawla, I am confident that India 100 will be led by women who hold up half of our nation, as a result of the hamari betiyon ka raaj hai. He said Jai Hind was right.

Agarwal's followers seemed to agree with him, as most of them reiterated his sentiments. One user applauded Indian women who led in leaps and bounds, another said that women empowerment is the way forward.

Another user reminded the industrialist of the role of Indian women in the freedom struggle. Indian women power has been an invaluable contribution to India's independence and constitution making. The women of our country have made a significant contribution to realizing the dream of the nation's innovation and self-reliant India. Only a nation can remain happy and prosperous, where there is respect for women. The LinkedIn user said that empowerment of women will create a powerful and self-reliant India.

India is celebrating its 74th Republic Day today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a message on January 26th, saying: Many wishes for the Republic Day.