Tiranga Rally in Srinagar

While Srinagar hosted the Tiranga Rally on Sunday, people from different walks of life marched in the streets with tricolor flags.

Lawyers, former Liberal Party leaders, businessmen and community representatives attended the event near SKICC on the shores of Dal Lake. “Har Ghar Tiranga” meeting was held in support of “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” to encourage the people to adopt the flag as a symbol of unity and freedom. The parade from SKICC to the tranquil Botanical Gardens was enjoyable with people of all ages and backgrounds participating.

You don’t need to skip this challenge, but some are invited.
“This is a good time for the people of Kashmir,” said trader Farhan Kitab. “We had a competition like this when I was in school.”

He said he attended a Tiranga meeting in the morning with a group of merchants.

Chairman of the Private Schools Association, Ghulam Nabi War, who attended the meeting, said that they owe a lot to the country. “This beautiful act of patriotism demonstrates the unity of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and their unwavering loyalty to the nation,” said

Tiranga Rally in Srinagar

Invitees and attendees include Sheikh Ashiq, former chairman of Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) and collaborator Mohammed Yaseen, lawyer Ghulam Nabi Shaheen, Mushtaq Ahmad Chaya, Javid Mir and Ajaz Ahmad War of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF). took. ).

Sheikh Ashiq said, “This is a fresh start and a good gesture.” “This competition best reflects the changes that are taking place right now.”

Engineering student Mohammed Idrees said, “This flag represents the idea of ​​pursuing India, Kashmir is at the heart of the country of India. Kashmir is a place. Ya The tricolor flag has been controversial for decades.
Now everything has changed. This change can be measured not by physical optics, but by mental location, such as states and federal districts.

Bashir Ahmad Bhat (alias Kongposh) also attended the rally and called for praise.

“It’s time to enter the competition to celebrate my country,” he said.

Most importantly. , says Bhat,

if it represents the moral values ​​of contemporary culture that transcend narrow goals.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked about the success of “Har Ghar Tiranga Abhiyan” last year in the 103rd episode of the radio show “Mann Ki Baat”.

“Again, this time we have to fly the three colors to every house and continue the tradition,” he said.

The Prime Minister also launched a new ‘Meri Maati Mera Desh’ campaign to commemorate the fallen soldiers of the nation and said that various events will be held across the country to honor them. Meeting

was chaired by LG Manoj Sinha and attended by Prime Minister Arun Kumar Mehta, Minister of Interior RK Goyal, DGP Dilbag Singh, Special DG CID RR Swain, ADGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar and Section Commissioner Kashmir Vijay Kumar Badhuri.

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