Mussoorie – The whole city was painted in the colors of patriotism with the grand historic tricolor rally.

To celebrate the 75th day of independence, a historic huge tricolor rally was taken out by the city administration, due to which the tourism city became tricolor. All Hindi medium and English medium schools of ITBP, Mussoorie along with Anganwadi, social organizations and residents of the city participated in the rally. And along the way, slogans like Bharat Mata ki Jai, Vande Mataram, etc. were raised and the atmosphere was resonant.
To commemorate the 75th year of independence, the city administration organized a historic tricolor rally from the survey ground where it was flagged off by Mussoorie MLA and state cabinet minister Ganesh Joshi. Which went to Gandhi Chowk via Landour Chowk, Landour Bazar, Ghantaghar, Kuldi, Malroad Martyrs Sthal, where the tricolor rally was concluded after the address. During this the entire Mussoorie became tricolor and the atmosphere kept resonating with the slogans of independence. The enthusiasm of the school children involved in the rally was palpable, while the children of Guru Nanak Phifat Centenary School performed Bhangra dance throughout the way wearing traditional costumes while ITBP personnel also danced. ITBP personnel were at the fore in the rally, while NCC, NSS students from various schools were also involved. The tableau of Mother India was in a decorated vehicle in the rally.
In his address at Gandhi Chowk, Minister Ganesh Joshi said that the tricolor is the identity of our independence, when the freedom movement of the country was going on, then the freedom lovers used to make people aware about this tricolor and in the 75th year of independence, the Prime Minister of the country, Narendra By giving the message of tricolor yatra to the whole country, Modi painted the countrymen again in the color of patriotism. He said that on August 15, the whole country would be tricolor as the tricolor would be displayed in every house. He said that the people of India are standing with Modi because of the identity of India created by Prime Minister Modi in the world today. On this occasion, Municipal President Anuj Gupta said that all the schools and people of Mussoorie deserve congratulations for the enthusiasm with which the grand tricolor yatra was taken out. The interest of the country should be paramount. He said that the municipality is working hard to make the entire city tricolor. On this occasion, SDM Naresh Durgapal said that a grand tricolor rally was organized in the city in which children of all schools participated, in which about 34 schools participated, while the entire city residents also participated. At the same time, he expressed special gratitude to the ITBP, who participated in the rally and filled the enthusiasm of the students and the band of force at Gandhi Chowk presented mesmerizing tunes. On this occasion, the military administration of ITBP congratulated everyone on the 75th day of independence and expected that all the countrymen would work for the progress of the country in the interest of the country. He said that the tricolor flag of India strengthens the unity of the country. Parvind Rawat conducted the program.
On this occasion, BJP Mandal President Mohan Petwal, General Secretary Kushal Rana, former Municipal President OP Uniyal, Mahila Morcha President Pushpa Padiar, Anita Pundir, Sapna Sharma, Kapil Malik, Rajeshwari Negi, Pushpa Pundir, Chandrakala Sayana, Mukesh Dhanai, Municipal Councilor Geeta Kumai, Sarita Panwar, Arvind Semwal, Madanmohan Sharma, Jasoda Sharma, Satish Dhodiyal, Vijay Butola, Block Education Officer’s representative Kamod Sharma, including representatives of all schools, and officials were present.

Tamanna Saifi, a student of Mussoorie Girls who became Bharat Mata in the tricolor rally, said that I got the opportunity to become Bharat Mata, which made me feel proud. He gave the message that the freedom of the country we got after great martyrdom, everyone should respect it and work in the interest of the country.

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