Why India remained silent from 1955 till today? - national military organization

20 April 2021, Headquarters Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha, 133 B Model Town East, Ghaziabad - Today in the webinar of State Administrative Officers of Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha, presidents, coordinators and others from more than 20 states participated:

It is a matter of truth, pride and happiness that the representative of India, Shri Ramachandran Mudaliar, after fixing the age of veto power at ten years, signed the Charter of the United Nations on 26 June 1945. From a technical point of view, the veto power of the Security Council died on 26 June 1955. Why has no representative of India raised his voice since then? Will the coming generations not ask this question?

Despite many problems, India is the world's largest democracy, India is the only country in the world that considers the world as one family and India had talked about Universal Religion in 1893. At the time of landmine explosion from Yemen, people from different countries have to be brought out safely, medicines and vaccinations have to be provided to different countries during the corona epidemic, to lead the Peace Keeping Force of the United Nations, India is first in all the works. has been in the category. India is also a founding member of hundreds of institutions like United Nations, Asia Development Bank, BRIC Bank etc.

India is buying air defense system S-400 from Russia. America is angry If there was any other country, it would have been banned. The skill of India's leadership, see that both Russia and America are with India. This situation does not last forever but it is today. Therefore, now India should clarify its leadership role in the World Parliament in New Delhi on 10-12 December 2021, supported by the Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha.

Mainly Dr. Kunwar Singh Narula from Punjab, Brijesh Tyagi from Port Blair, Captain Dwijendra Pandey from Bihar, Captain Suresh Chandra Tyagi and Lt. Col. Naresh Kumar from Uttar Pradesh, Col. Sant Pal Raghav from Haryana, Ved Prakash from Delhi, Prashant from Maharashtra. A Patil, RK Tiwari from Chhattisgarh, Maqbool Malik from Jammu and Kashmir, Bhagwat Prasad Gupta from Rajasthan, while giving their views in the webinar, demanded from the Prime Minister Hon'ble Shri Narendra Modi that on 10th December 2021 (World Humanity Day) in Vigyan Bhawan. Accept the chief hospitality of the 15th session of the Provisional World Parliament.
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