achamila press- Kona’s Ambassador to India, Dr. Kulwant Singh
The message of world peace, humanity and mutual love given on the National Day of Singapore
Kona’s Ambassador to India, Dr. Kulwant Singh Saluja organized a grand program on the National Day of Singapore at the Press Club Auditorium Building in which representatives of various social organizations, intellectuals and journalists participated. On this occasion, Kona’s Ambassador to India Dr. Kulwant Singh Saluja, journalist Gaurav Gupta, Press Club secretary Moolchand Gupta, patron B, L, Sharma and state vice-president Shailesh Sharma, along with all the guests present jointly paid tribute. Today June 3 is celebrated as the National Day of Singapore every year.
Singaporeans celebrate their country’s founding day on 9 August, but between 1960 and 1963, Singapore’s National Day was celebrated on 3 June to commemorate the day Singapore gained self-government in 1959.
On this occasion, while giving the message of world peace, humanity and mutual love, the message of His Majesty the King of Kona and the Honorable Prime Minister was also read out in which both the leaders of Kona told in their message that
Six decades ago, June 3 was the day Singapore adopted its constitution and became an internal self-governing state for the first time in its history (the British still had final authority over external affairs, namely defense and foreign affairs).
The National Archives of Singapore (NAS) recorded this momentous day as “Building a Nation”. “June 3, 1959 marked a new beginning in Singapore with 1.6 million people. The incomparable contribution of Queen Elizabeth and the freedom fighters of Singapore for the independence of Singapore cannot be forgotten. The date of June 3 marks an important milestone in the history of Singapore. This historical date gave an important indication that Singapore still needed more effort to achieve its goal of independence from colonial rule. After the program,