Ideological differences should not become a hindrance in public service: President
New Delhi: On the occasion of Constitution Day, President Ram Nath Kovind has given a big warning to the opposition without naming anyone. In a series of tweets, the President not only told people about the importance of Constitution Day but also emphasized that differences of opinion should never hinder public service.
The President said that “there may be differences of opinion, but none should be so great as to hinder the real purpose of public service.” There is bound to be competition between the ruling party and the opposition members – but it must be competition. To be a better representative and do better work for the welfare of the people. Only then will it be considered healthy competition. Competition in Parliament should not be treated as rivalry.
In another tweet, the President wrote, “We all believe that our Parliament is a ‘temple of democracy’. Therefore, it is the responsibility of every parliamentarian to conduct themselves in this temple of democracy with the same devotion with which They do. Their places of worship. “The opposition is, in fact, the most important element of democracy,” he said. Indeed, without effective opposition, democracy becomes ineffective. The government and the opposition, despite their differences, continue to function. Hope to keep together for the best interest of the citizens.’