ITBP jawans hoist tricolor at peak of 17000 toes, Himalayas echoed with Bharat Mata ki Jai and Vande Mataram

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi: Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) jawans hoisted the tricolor at an altitude of 17000 toes in Ladakh on the event of Republic Day. These snowmen of the Indian Army sang the songs of Bharat Mata ki Jai and Vande Mataram in salute to the tricolor. Let us know that the temperature in Ladakh is minus -20 levels Celsius.

Apart from this, BJP National President JP Nadda hoisted the tricolor on the occasion headquarters. At the identical time, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray hoisted the tricolor at his residence and gave a salute. On the event of Republic Day, the scholars of IIT celebrated today by taking out the tricolor march on the campus. This would be the first time when PM Amar Jawan Jyoti is not going to pay tribute to the martyrs of the nation at India Gate on the event of Republic Day. <! –

                 PM Modi will keep in mind the martyrs on the National War Memorial.

Today, the entire of India is celebrating the 71st Republic Day with nice enthusiasm. Rajpath of the capital Delhi is embellished like a bride on this auspicious event. Tight safety preparations have been made for this system to be held on Rajpath. First Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to the National War Memorial and pay homage to the courageous martyrs of the nation and after that the three military chiefs can pay tribute to the martyrs. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will attend because the chief visitor for the ceremony to be held today.

The nationwide capital has been stored in a round safety circle on the macro stage. Along with this, 1000’s of police and paramilitary forces can be vigilantly monitored. On the Rajpath, out of 22 tableaux exhibiting the dear cultural heritage and financial progress of the nation, 16 tableaux can be from states and union territories and 6 can be from totally different ministries and departments.

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