Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar asserts that freedom of speech is non-negotiable.

Jagdeep Dhankhar was speaking at the inauguration of the third edition of a national colloquium, Lokmanthan, which was organized by Prajna Pravah . He said that intellectuals are extremely important in the nation, reminding us of the role sages once played .

GUWAHATI (GUWAHATI) Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar declared on Thursday that freedom of expression was non-negotiable and uncompromising, referring to it as the nectar of democracy.Here, Dhankhar was speaking at the inauguration of the third edition of a national colloquium, Lokmanthan, which was organized by Prajna Pravah here.He reiterated that democracy is rooted in dialogue, debate, and debate, and he cautioned that the future situation on this front, especially in the legislature, is troubling.He said the preponderance given to the Constitution's freedom of expression, something that modern nations struggled to achieve, is a testament to the value of a free-spirited and healthy discussion that Indians have long cherished.

Here, Dhankhar noted that the intelligentsia's positive role would contribute to improved outcomes.He said that intellectuals are extremely important in the nation, reminding us of the role sages once played.He added that the up-and-coming trend of pseudo-intellectualism, in which a few individuals gain a reputation through purely event management and baffling logic, needs to be stopped.The once flourishing forum for discussion and dialogue in the public domain must be regained and protected from the numerous dangers it faces, he said.