As India celebrated its 76th Independence Day, the Indian Military troops celebrated the day on the world’s highest battlefield on the Siachen glacier.
After unfurling the Nationwide Flag, the troopers at Siachen glacier recited the Nationwide Anthem on the event of Independence Day.
The Fireplace and Fury Corps of the Indian Military shared the video on Twitter displaying Siachen Warriors strolling with the nationwide flag and hoisting it.
“‘Tricolour at The Highest Battlefield’. Siachen Warriors celebrate Independence Day 2022 at the Highest Battlefield of the world,” it stated in a tweet.
‘TRICOLOUR AT THE HIGHEST BATTLEFIELD’#SiachenWarriors rejoice #IndependenceDay2022 on the Highest Battlefield of world@adgpi@NorthernComd_IA@lg_ladakh@ANI@jtnladakh@ddnewsladakh@LadakhTimes@prasarbharti@PIB_India@ChinarcorpsIA@Whiteknight_IApic.twitter.com/Z7Iu3bszui
— @firefurycorps_IA (@firefurycorps) August 14, 2022
The Ministry of Tradition additionally shared the video and stated wrote, “Our brave Indian Army soldiers celebrate the country’s 76th Independence Day by hoisting our Tiranga at the Siachen Glacier and reciting the national anthem.”
The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel additionally celebrated Independence Day close to a mountain peak at 18,800 toes in Sikkim, marking a singular report within the discipline of mountaineering. The Himveers of ITBP scaled 75 peaks concurrently and hoisted the nationwide flag atop as a part of ‘Amritarohan.’
“ITBP jawans celebrating the Independence Day near a mountain peak at 18,800 feet in Sikkim. Marking a unique record in the field of Mountaineering, the Himveers of ITBP have today scaled 75 peaks simultaneously and hoisted National Flag atop as mission ‘Amritarohan’,” the ITBP stated in a tweet.
Equally, ITBP personnel marked the event of 75 years of Independence on the banks of Pangong Tso in Ladakh and within the Tawang area of Arunachal Pradesh.
India celebrated 76th Independence Day earlier on Monday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi unfurling the Tricolour at Delhi’s Pink Fort.
Addressing the nation from the ramparts of the Pink Fort on the 76th Independence Day, the Prime Minister took purpose on the twin evils of nepotism and corruption and sought the folks’s cooperation to struggle them.
The prime minister stated that the nation must shift its mentality from “Bhai-Bhatijawad” and Parivaarwad (nepotism) and provides a chance to the residents who deserve it.
The Prime Minister stated that there is no such thing as a place for corruption in our society and that the folks of the nation want to return collectively as a society to punish those that have propagated the evil of corruption.
“Today the nation shows anger towards corruption, but not the corrupted. Until and unless, people have the mentality of penalizing the corrupt, the nation cannot progress at optimum pace,” Prime Minster Modi stated.
Prime Minister Modi, whereas addressing the nation for the ninth time from the ramparts of the Pink Fort on the event of Independence Day, urged the youth to dedicate the following 25 years of their lives for the event of the nation and highlighted 5 pleges ‘Panch prans to fulfil the liberty fighters’ desires by the 12 months 2047.
In the meantime, folks enthusiastically participated within the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ marketing campaign beneath the aegis of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.
The programme envisages inspiring Indians all over the place to hoist the nationwide flag at their properties. The purpose of the programme is to make the connection with the nationwide flag a extra private one relatively than simply maintaining it formal or institutional.
The concept behind the initiative is to invoke the sensation of patriotism within the hearts of the folks and promote consciousness in regards to the tricolour.
Earlier, Indian residents weren’t allowed to hoist the Nationwide Flag besides on chosen events. This modified after a decade-long authorized battle by industrialist Naveen Jindal culminated within the landmark SC judgment of January 23, 2004, that declared that the suitable to fly the Nationwide Flag freely with respect and dignity is a elementary proper of an Indian citizen throughout the that means of Article 19(1) (a) of the Structure of India.
Lauding the Central Authorities and PM Modi for the Har Ghar Tiranga Marketing campaign, Naveen Jindal has appealed to each Indian to make ‘Har Din Tiranga’ their motto.
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