15+ (Best) Goa Liberation Day 2022: Quotes, Speech, Wishes, Images

Goa Liberation Day:  Goa Liberation Day comes annually on December 19 and it is celebrated in India, Goa when it became free from Portuguese rule. That's why here we have included here some best Liberation Quotes for Goa Liberation Day. We just hope that you will share these Quotes with your friends and family.

(Best) Goa Liberation Day Quotes, Speech, Wishes
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Liberation Quotes On Goa Liberation Day

Liberation is the way of amazing quality. Appearance is the way of characteristic. Both lead to a similar spot: the celestial.

Liberation does not concern the individual, for liberation is opportunity from the individual. Fundamentally the follower and educator are indistinguishable. Both are the ageless pivot of all activity and perception.

It’s a sort of liberation to break free in language, on the off chance that you can break free, but on the other hand it’s a repression, since structure limits you whatever the structure.

Liberation is a regularly moving skyline, an absolute belief system that can never satisfy its guarantees. It has the restorative nature of giving candidly charged customs of solidarity in scorn it is the amphetamine of its adherents.

It is anything but difficult to underestimate freedom, when you have never had it taken from you.

Liberation implies you don’t need to be hushed.

Liberation that raises a cry against others is no evident liberation. Liberation that implies insurgencies of detest and viciousness and removes lives of others or dishonors the respect of others can’t be genuine freedom.

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The genuine liberation, the genuine way to opportunity, lay in the capacity to pardon.

The liberation can’t be come to however by methods for the view of the personality of the individual soul with the all inclusive soul.

For to be free isn’t simply to push off one’s chains, however to live such that regards and improves the opportunity of others.

Goa Liberation Day Speech

My dear fellow citizens,

On the joyous occasion of Liberation Day of Goa, I extend my greetings and good wishes to the people of Goa.

Speech 1: As we all know that, while India attained independence from the British Raj on 15 August, 1947, Goa was still languishing under four and a half century of Portuguese rule. The Portuguese were among the very first to colonise parts of India, and were the last to leave. Goa was liberated from Portuguese rule on December 19, 1961; this day was a landmark occasion in the glorious history of Goa. Satyagrahis, journalists and even legendary film artists fought for Goa's independence. They suffered and sacrificed their precious lives for the noble cause of Goa’s liberation. It is an appropriate occasion to recall all the efforts taken by our great freedom fighters and their struggles and sacrifices and also the hardwork of the Army and express our gratitude to them. Let us all pay our homage to all those who laid down their valuable life for the freedom of Goa.

Speech 2: Since liberation, the people of Goa have enjoyed the benefits of freedom and they have become the masters of their own destiny. They are living under the constitutional guarantee of justice, liberty and equality now. The administrative machinery is functioning to promote the welfare of all sections of the people including Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. The Government of Goa is seriously looking after the economic, social, cultural, physical and intellectual well being of the people. The present administration has given new exciting opportunities to the people of Goa in terms of employment and schemes for betterment of the public as a result of which rapid progress has been made in Goa since liberation. I would like to say while the past achievements have been impressive; we need to carry on with our mission to aim higher growth of economy and to bring improvement in the life of the common man. I would also like to remind my fellow citizens that it is the responsibility of citizens too to help in shaping the future of our state and the nation as a whole.

Speech 3: Here I would like to mention that, being a Brand Ambassador for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan campaign launched by Hon’ble Prime Minister, I have relentlessly strived to create awareness and tried to educate people of Goa on the topic of cleanliness and its benefits. I have met and held meetings with different sections of Goan Society in order to achieve this objective. I am also glad to share that I have received very positive response from people as various programmes and events were organized all through the year on various occasions to promote Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. I would also like to appeal to the people of Goa to extend their support and contribute to this important mission in order to maintain the cleanliness and beauty of our State. It is my earnest desire to see Goa as number one State in our country as a cleanest State which can be fulfilled only with efforts of Goan people.

Speech 4: Goa is known for its peaceful co-existence of the Hindu, Christians, Muslims and other communities. It is a State with social harmony and has maintained it all through these years. Also Goa is the only State in India that has Uniform Civil Code. Regardless of religion, gender, caste, Goa has common family law. Thus it is the only Indian State that follows Goa Civil 5 Code. When Goa became the part of union territory in 1961 by the virtue of the Goa Daman and Diu administration Act 1962 the parliament authorized the Portuguese Civil Code of 1867 to Goa. On this very topic I held meetings with women of different religions to study the Common Civil Code in Goa and to understand its benefits especially for women. The effects of the Civil Code are reflected in the harmony of Goan society. I have also compiled a book with the title, report on the practice and effects of civil code in Goa. In this report I had recommended the Governments at State and Centre to take steps to make pre-marital counseling a prerequisite for marriages/marriage registration in all communities. I am very happy to inform you that a pre-marital counseling centre was inaugurated by me on 8 th December, 2017 at the Goa University campus. The program will be conducted through the Goa State Resource Centre for Women, Goa University. In my opinion Pre-marital counseling has become a necessity for youth. It is essential to educate our youth of their rights and responsibilities in marriage. A healthy and happy family life is a sign of a healthy society. Counseling helps to build a stable society.

I would like to once again extend my hearty wishes to the people of Goa, on the occasion of Goa Liberation Day.

Jai Hind!


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