Educationist Manoj Sharma attends Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Swearing-In Ceremony

New Delhi, 10 June 2024 :

Manoj Sharma, educationist and Founder of PR Guru, had the honor of attending the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Rashtrapati Bhawan on Sunday. This event, a significant milestone in India’s democratic process, brought together leaders and dignitaries from various sectors to witness the reaffirmation of the country’s leadership.

Mr. Sharma, who has dedicated his career to upholding and promoting democratic values in India, expressed his profound gratitude for the invitation. “It is a privilege to be part of such a monumental occasion that underscores the strength of our democracy. The collective spirit and unity observed today are a testament to the vibrant democratic fabric of our nation,” he said.

Reflecting on the event, Manoj Sharma added, “Attending this ceremony is not just an honor but a reaffirmation of our commitment to democratic principles. The energy and enthusiasm here today reinforce our shared vision for a progressive and inclusive India.”

A committed advocate for social and communal harmony, Sharma’s contributions extend beyond public relations. His efforts are geared towards fortifying the social cohesion essential for national progress. His work resonates with his belief in fostering an inclusive society where every citizen’s voice is valued.

In addition to his role at PR Guru, Sharma’s career encompasses significant academic and journalistic achievements. As a former professor at IILM, he has shaped the minds of future leaders, imparting the importance of ethical practices and civic responsibility. His journalistic endeavors further reflect his commitment to truth and transparency, pivotal elements in a thriving democracy.

The invitation to this prestigious ceremony highlights Manoj Sharma’s esteemed position in society and his unwavering dedication to nurturing the democratic ethos of India.

Shruti Suman

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