To honor India’s democratic journey, the United States joins the people of India
According to President Joe Biden, the US and India are indispensable partners and he has called on Mahatma Gandhi’s “enduring message of truth and non-violence” to commemorate the 75th anniversary of India’s democratic journey.
There will also be the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the US and India this year, as Biden pointed out, and emphasized that the two democracies will continue to work together to defend the rules-based order, advance a free and open Indo-Pacific as well as address the challenges facing the planet today.
“As people around the world, including nearly four million (40 lakh) proud Indian-Americans, celebrate the 75th anniversary of India’s independence on August 15, the United States joins the people of India to celebrate the democratic journey it has taken, guided by Mahatma Gandhi’s enduring message of truth and nonviolence,” Biden said in a statement.
Biden Honors 75 Years Of Us-India Diplomatic Ties
We are also celebrating the 75th anniversary of our great democracies having diplomatic relations together this year. According to him, India and the United States are indispensable partners, and the US-India Strategic Partnership is built on our shared commitment to the rule of law and the promotion of human dignity and freedom.
In his view, the deep bonds between the peoples of the two nations strengthen the partnership between the two nations even further.
It is through the vibrant Indian-American community in the United States that we have become a more innovative, inclusive, and stronger nation,” Biden said.
As Biden stated, “I am confident in the years to come, our two democracies will continue to stand together to defend our rule-based order, create greater peace, prosperity, and security for our people, and promote a free and open Indo-Pacific, and work together to address the challenges we face throughout the world,”
On August 15, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken sent a message of greetings to the people of India as they celebrated the 75th anniversary of their independence.
During this important day, we should reflect on the democratic values that we share, as well as honor the people of India who are, together, working to build an even brighter future for themselves,” he added.
During this year, we are celebrating 75 years of diplomatic relations between our two nations. Our strategic partnership touches everything from climate to trade to our vibrant people-to-people relations. As two great democracies, I am confident that the partnership we are forging will continue to contribute to the security and prosperity of our people as well as the global good. Happy Independence Day, India!” Blinken said as he wished the nation a happy Independence Day.