"The Republic is from you, the Republic belongs to you," he said, extending best wishes to people on the occasion.
The Congress, on its official Twitter handle, said, "We shall never forget the struggles and sacrifices our brave hearts had to make to bring us freedom and our own Constitution. This Republic Day, let's renew our sacred vow to uphold justice, liberty, equality and fraternity. Jai Hind!"
Congress' chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala also extended his wishes to people of the country on Republic Day.
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