Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister noted various festivals being celebrated today. He also paid tributes to Babasaheb Ambedkar and said “the constitution of which Babasaheb was the main architect, that constitution gave us the basis of the Parliamentary system. It is my good fortune that today I have got the opportunity to dedicate the Prime Minister's Museum to the nation.”
The 'Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya' will become a source of inspiration for future generations and the youth will be able to witness the difficulties each Prime Minister faced, PM Modi said.
The Prime Minister reiterated his appreciation of the contribution of all the governments since independence . He said “Every government formed in independent India has contributed in taking the country to the height it is at today. I have repeated this thing many times from Red Fort also.”
The Prime Minister said that the museum has also become a living reflection of the shared heritage of each government. “Every Prime Minister of the country has contributed immensely towards achieving of the goals of constitutional democracy, the Prime Minister continued.
“To remember them is to know the journey of independent India. People coming here will be familiar with the contribution of the former Prime Ministers of the country, their background, their struggles and creations”, he added.
The Prime Minister underlined the changing world order and India’s growing status in that order. “Today, when a new world order is emerging, the world is looking at India with a hope and confidence, then India will also have to increase its efforts to rise up to the occasion”, PM Modi said.