Motherland should never be forgotten: VP to Indian diaspora in Guatemala

RSTV Bureau

The Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu addressed the Indian diaspora in Guatemala on Tuesday. The event was hosted by the Ambassador of India to Guatemala, Sajeev Babu Kurup in the honour of Vice President of India.

In his address the Vice President spoke about how India’s message to the world has been of peace and harmony of individuals and the society at large. The Vice President also said that the Indian community in Guatemala was fortunate to be the inheritors of a great heritage of timeless values.

Vice President Naidu said that the Indian diaspora, which is spread in various parts of the world, has contributed to the country they live as well as to the world. He further explained that they may be living anywhere in the world and be in different occupations, but they’ll continue to be ambassadors of the great country India is.

“The values of Satya, Dharma, Prema, Shanthi, Ahimsa and Seva – many of you have been following these ideals which is why Indian diaspora is widely respected,” said the Vice President.

The Minister of State for Tribal Affairs, Shri Jaswantsinh Bhabhor, the Members of Parliament and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

The Vice President said that time has come for reforms to transform to better people’s lives.