Haryana

HARYANA CELEBERATES INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH ZEAL AND ENTHUSIASM ACROSS STATE

August 16, 2020 05:43 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News)

The 74th Independence Day was celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm throughout Haryana. During the celebrations Ministers and officers of the State Government unfurled the National Flag at functions held at various places in the State and conveyed the message of patriotism to the people of the state.

Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Dushyant Chautala, hoisted the flag at Gurugram on the occasion of 74th Independence Day and paid homage to the martyrs of the country. Mr. Dushyant Chautala presented Scootys on behalf of Hero MotoCorp to100 women achievers across the state at the Independence Day celebrations held in Gurugram. He also thanked Hero MotoCorp for boosting the morale of women by offering. 42 Corona warriors who did well in Gurugram district were also honoured at the ceremony. After the ceremony, the Deputy Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of 17 projects related to rural development in the Tau Devi Lal Sports Complex itself. Apart from this, on the occasion of Independence Day, a blood donation camp was also organized in the community center of Sector 15 Part-1, Gurugram in memory of the martyrs of Galvan Valley of Ladakh.

Vidhan Sabha Speaker, Mr. Gian Chand Gupta hoisted the flag in Ambala

Haryana Vidhan Sabha Speaker, Mr. Gian Chand Gupta while hoisting the flag in Ambala said that it is because of the sacrifices made by the martyrs and freedom fighters that we are able to breathe freely. We need to strengthen our resolve to protect society and nation, following the path of service and struggle as preached by the freedom fighters. The Speaker said that today we have gathered to realize the glorious and happy moments of 74th Independence Day of the country. India gained independence on this day in 1947 after a long struggle. Independence Day is a symbol of unity, honour and dedication of our country. Today the nation is expressing its gratitude to all the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for their motherland. The heroic sons of Mother India wrote this glorious tale of independence in 1947.

Education Minister, Mr. Kanwar Pal hoisted the flag in Faridabad

Haryana Education Minister, Mr. Kanwar Pal said that the country got independence after a long struggle. Many heroes sacrificed their lives to achieve this. He said that this time the Independence Day celebrations are being celebrated amid COVID-19 Pandemic but under the leadership of Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi, the country has put a tough fight against this Pandemic with patience and restraint. This is the reason that the death rate of COVID-19 infected people in India is very low compared to western countries and the recovery rate of the country is also increasing continuously. The present State Government has given transparent governance by adopting zero tolerance policy against corruption. New schemes have been launched for the welfare of farmers and labourers, upliftment of youth and for the empowerment of women. Using information technology, government is working towards e-governance and the year 2020 is being celebrated as 'Susashan Sankalp Varsh'.

Power Minister, Mr. Ranjit Singh hoisted the flag in Hisar

Power and Jails Minister, Mr. Ranjit Singh said that we can never forget the sacrifices made by our ancestors in liberating India from British Rule. On this Independence Day, we should pay heartfelt respects to our freedom fighters and martyrs as it is because of their sacrifices that we have got freedom. On this occasion, he hoisted the tricolour. He inspected the parade and received guard of honour. In his address, Power Minister said that despite independence, there was a separate legislation in Jammu and Kashmir, which always made the independence of the country incomplete, but Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi and Home Minister, Mr. Amit Shah abolished Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, proving the fact that Jammu and Kashmir was always as integral part of our country. The entire country wholeheartedly accepted this decision.

While sharing detailed information about the achievements of Haryana Government under the leadership of Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal, Minister said that during the tenure of the previous governments, the losses of electricity board in the State was Rs. 34,500 crore but due to the will of the government and public cooperation, the power corporation today is in a profit of 450 crore. The Power Minister said that at present, 2400 hours of electricity is being provided in 4600 villages of the state under 'Mhara Gaon Jagmag Gaon'. This year, all villages of the state have been included in this scheme and a target of 24-hour power supply has been set for the all the villages.

Deputy Speaker Vidhan Sabha, Mr. Ranbir Gangwa hoisted the flag in Bhiwani

On the occasion of 74th Independence Day, the Deputy Speaker, Mr. Ranbir Gangwa, in his address, paid tributes to the soldiers, freedom fighters, ex-servicemen and their families who had sacrificed their lives in the freedom struggle. He said that on this day, India gained independence in 1947 after a long struggle. Independence Day is a symbol of unity, honour and dedication of our country. He said that following the footsteps of great men, revolutionary changes are visible in the country today under the inspiring leadership of the Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi.

Global and progressive thinking of Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi has led to the recognition of India as a powerful nation at the international level. He said that under the leadership of Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal, the State Government is working on the principle of 'equal opportunity, equal development' in Haryana. For the people of the state, we have taken several steps to upgrade sports, education, health, security, electricity and infrastructure, so that Haryana flourished as a prosperous a state.

Transport Minister, Mr. Mool Chand Sharma hoisted the flag in Palwal

Transport Minister, Mr. Mool Chand Sharma said that we are celebrating 74th Independence Day of our nation. On this occasion, I am feeling great pride and joy by hoisting the tricolour on the historic land of Palwal. He said that the State Government under the leadership of Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal is continuously working for the welfare of the people. Employment portal has been started with the aim of providing information of employment opportunities to the youth on one platform. Haryana Skill Development Mission has been created for their skill development. Shri Vishwakarma Skill University is being established in the village of, Dudhola in Palwal district. Five new state industrial training institutes and four new private industrial training institutes have been started from the session 2019-20 and construction of 22 new industrial training institutes are in progress.

Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister, Mr. JP Dalal hoists flag in Narnaul

On the occasion of 74th Independence Day, Haryana Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Mr. JP Dalal after hoisting the national flag and inspecting the parade in Narnaul paid his tributes to all the known and unknown martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the independence of the nation and said that today is also the day to salute the brave people who have protected the unity and integrity and boundaries of the country after independence. Haryana has played an important role in the freedom struggle of the nation. He said that farmers of the state will be given subsidy of 85 to 100 percent under mini sprinkler, sprinkler, and drip irrigation scheme. He said that on the lines of the Kisan Credit Card, the Pashu Kisan Credit Card Scheme has been started for the cattle rearers as well.

Co-operation Minister, Mr. Banwari Lal hoists flag in Kurukshetra

Haryana Co-operation Minister, Mr. Banwari Lal hoisted the flag at Kurukshetra on the occasion of Independence Day and paid obeisance to the martyrs by remembering their sacrifices. He said that on the occasion of Independence Day, we should take a pledge to preserve freedom. He said that this time we are celebrating Independence Day in the shadow of COVID-19 Pandemic. The death rate due to COVID-19 in India is very low compared to the western countries and the recovery rate is also increasing continuously. In Haryana, the recovery rate is more than 83 percent. Numerous doctors, nurses, para-medical staff, police staff, sanitation workers, anganwadi workers etc. have done great service to humanity as Corona Warriors.

Social Justice and Empowerment Minister, Mr. OP Yadav hoists flag in Rewari

Haryana Social Justice and Empowerment Minister, Mr. OP Yadav hoisted the Indian flag on the occasion of the 74th Independence Day in Rewari. He said that he was feeling very proud and happy to hoist the tricolor on the historic land of Rewari. Saluting all the known and unknown martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the independence of the nation, he said that he also saluted those brave soldiers who laid down their lives after independence to protect the unity and integrity and borders of the country.

He said that this time the nation was celebrating Independence Day in the shadow COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic has shaken the whole world, and there was a time when even the countries that called themselves superpowers were seen helpless due to it, he added. But under the energetic and dynamic leadership of Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi, the nation acted with patience and fought the pandemic.

Minister of State for Women and Child Development, Mrs. Kamlesh Dhanda hoists the flag in Jind

Minister of State for Women and Child Development, Mrs. Kamlesh Dhanda hoisted the national flag on the occasion of 74th Independence Day in Jind.

She said that separate wards or blocks have been set up in 11 government and aided medical colleges in the state for COVID-19 patients only. He said that "Mahila Evam Kishori Samman Yojana" and "Mukhya Mantri Doodh Uphar Yojana" were recently launched. Under the Mahila Evam Kishori Samman Yojana, about 22.50 lakh women and adolescent girls will be given a packet of free sanitary napkins every month for a year, which will include six napkins. Apart from this, the Education Department has also prepared a scheme under which six sanitary napkins will be made available to 6.50 lakh girl students every month. Fortified skimmed milk powder will be given to children between 1 to 6 years of age and pregnant and lactating mothers under the Mukhya Mantri Doodh Uphar Yojana.

Minister of State for Archeology and Museums, Mr. Anoop Dhanak hoists flag in Rohtak

Minister of State for Archeology and Museums, Mr. Anoop Dhanak hoisted the flag and paid his tributes to the martyrs who made the supreme sacrifice in the freedom struggle of the country on the occasion of 74th Independence Day. He said that the entire nation will always be indebted to innumerable immortal martyrs who sacrificed their lives to liberate the motherland. He said that it is difficult to express freedom in words and only those who have been through slavery can understand its importance. He said that under the leadership of Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi, the Central Government has taken many historic decisions in the last six and a half years which has given the nation a reason to be proud. He said that democracy is considered the best system of governance in the world, which is why the year 2020 is being celebrated as ‘Sushasan Sankalp Varsh’

Minister of State for Sports and Youth Affairs, Mr. Sandeep Singh hoists flag in Karnal

Minister of State for Sports and Youth Affairs, Mr. Sandeep Singh hoisted the flag on the occasion of 74th district-level Independence Day celebrations held at New Grain Mandi, Karnal and inspected the parade and received Guard of Honour. On this occasion, he said that it has been 73 years since the world's oldest cultural land was liberated. The players of Haryana have made their special contribution in giving the nation an international identity. In recognition of Haryana's contribution to sports and sports ability and efficiency, Union Sports and Youth Affairs Ministry announced to organize the fourth edition of 'Khelo India Youth Games -2021' in Panchkula.

 
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