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PM Modi pays tribute to fallen troopers at National War Memorial on Republic Day

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PM Modi pays tribute to fallen soldiers at National War Memorial on Republic Day

By ANI

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday paid floral tributes to fallen heroes on the National War Memorial on the event of the 74th Republic Day celebrations.

He led the nation in paying solemn tributes to the fallen heroes by laying a wreath.

The Republic Day celebrations commenced with the homage ceremony on the National War Memorial.

PM Modi was acquired by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on his arrival on the National War Memorial.

The Inter Services Guards had been based by 7 Soldiers from every service. This yr, the guards will probably be commanded by an Air Force Officer, Sqn Ldr Akash Ganghas.

When the Prime Minister laid the wreath, the Inter-Services Guards offered `Salami Shastra’ adopted by ‘Shok Shastra’. Simultaneously, the buglers sounded the ‘Last Post’.

PM Shri @narendramodi pays homage to the martyrs on the National War Memorial on 74th #RepublicDay. https://t.co/qSUcgVz01t

— BJP (@BJP4India) January 26, 2023

Thereafter, ‘two minutes silence’ was noticed, after which the buglers performed ‘Rouse’ and the guards offered ‘Salami Shastra’ once more. The Prime Minister then endorsed his remarks within the digital Visitor’s Book of the National War Memorial.

Later, PM Modi and different dignitaries headed to the saluting dais at Rajpath to witness the Republic Day parade.

President Droupadi Murmu led the nation in celebrating Republic Day from Kartavya Path, previously the Raj Path.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi is the Chief Guest on the parade, the primary Egyptian premier to be invited to the event.

Earlier, Prime Minister Modi prolonged greetings to the nation on the event of the 74th Republic Day.

“We wish to move ahead unitedly to make the dreams of the great freedom fighters of the country come true.”

“Many wishes for Republic Day. This time the occasion is more special because we are celebrating it during the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. I wish we move ahead unitedly to make the dreams of the great freedom fighters of the country come true. Happy Republic Day to all fellow Indians!” PM Modi mentioned in his tweet in Hindi.

The week-long celebrations commenced on January 23, the delivery anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. To mark the event, a one-of-a-kind Military Tattoo and Tribal Dance Festival ‘Aadi Shaurya – Parv Parakram ka’ was organised in New Delhi on January 23 and 24.

The occasions will culminate on January 30, which is noticed because the ‘Martyrs’ Day’.

The celebrations had been marked by engaging performances from ‘Vande Bharatam’ group of dancers from throughout the nation, tales of bravery by Veer Gatha 2.0 individuals, melodious performances by School Bands on the National War Memorial, first-ever e-invitations, largest-ever drone present and 3-D anamorphic projection.

The Republic Day parade, which is able to start at round 1030 hrs, will probably be a singular mixture of the nation’s navy prowess and cultural range, depicting the nation’s rising indigenous capabilities, Nari Shakti and emergence of a ‘New India’.

In line with custom, the Tricolour was unfurled, adopted by the National Anthem and a booming 21-gun salute. Amongst the numerous firsts, the 21-gun salute was given with the 105-mm Indian Field Guns. It changed the classic 25 pounder gun, demonstrating ‘Aatmanirbharta’ (self-reliance) in defence. Four Mi-17 1V/V5 helicopters of 105 Helicopter Unit showered petals on the viewers current at Kartavya Path.

The parade commenced with the President taking the customary salute.

Marching down the Kartavya Path for the primary time was the mixed Band & Marching contingent of the Egyptian Armed Forces, led by Colonel Mahmoud Mohamed Abdel Fattah El Kharasawy.

The contingent consisted of 144 troopers, representing the principle branches of the Egyptian Armed Forces.

The first contingent within the uniform of the 61 Cavalry was led by Captain Raizada Shaurya Bali. The 61 Cavalry is the one serving energetic Horse Cavalry Regiment on the earth, with the amalgamation of all of the ‘State Horse Units’.

Cultural performances by 479 artists chosen by the nationwide Vande Bharatam dance competitors added color to the Republic Day parade. The theme of the cultural extravaganza was ‘Nari Shakti’ offered by 326 feminine dancers and ably supported by 153 male dancers, within the age group of 17-30 years.

They offered classical, folks and modern fusion dances, depicting the ‘Power of Women’ by 5 parts — Earth, Water, Air, Space and Fire. This is the second time that the dancers of the cultural programme had been chosen by a nationwide competitors.

Another spotlight of the present was an exhilarating motorbike show by ‘Corps of Signals’ Dare Devils staff. They enthralled the viewers with an array of formations, which may also embody a Yoga show.

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday paid floral tributes to fallen heroes on the National War Memorial on the event of the 74th Republic Day celebrations.

He led the nation in paying solemn tributes to the fallen heroes by laying a wreath.

The Republic Day celebrations commenced with the homage ceremony on the National War Memorial.

PM Modi was acquired by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on his arrival on the National War Memorial.

The Inter Services Guards had been based by 7 Soldiers from every service. This yr, the guards will probably be commanded by an Air Force Officer, Sqn Ldr Akash Ganghas.

When the Prime Minister laid the wreath, the Inter-Services Guards offered `Salami Shastra’ adopted by ‘Shok Shastra’. Simultaneously, the buglers sounded the ‘Last Post’.

PM Shri @narendramodi pays homage to the martyrs on the National War Memorial on 74th #RepublicDay. https://t.co/qSUcgVz01t
— BJP (@BJP4India) January 26, 2023
Thereafter, ‘two minutes silence’ was noticed, after which the buglers performed ‘Rouse’ and the guards offered ‘Salami Shastra’ once more. The Prime Minister then endorsed his remarks within the digital Visitor’s Book of the National War Memorial.

Later, PM Modi and different dignitaries headed to the saluting dais at Rajpath to witness the Republic Day parade.

President Droupadi Murmu led the nation in celebrating Republic Day from Kartavya Path, previously the Raj Path.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi is the Chief Guest on the parade, the primary Egyptian premier to be invited to the event.

Earlier, Prime Minister Modi prolonged greetings to the nation on the event of the 74th Republic Day.

“We wish to move ahead unitedly to make the dreams of the great freedom fighters of the country come true.”

“Many wishes for Republic Day. This time the occasion is more special because we are celebrating it during the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. I wish we move ahead unitedly to make the dreams of the great freedom fighters of the country come true. Happy Republic Day to all fellow Indians!” PM Modi mentioned in his tweet in Hindi.

The week-long celebrations commenced on January 23, the delivery anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. To mark the event, a one-of-a-kind Military Tattoo and Tribal Dance Festival ‘Aadi Shaurya – Parv Parakram ka’ was organised in New Delhi on January 23 and 24.

The occasions will culminate on January 30, which is noticed because the ‘Martyrs’ Day’.

The celebrations had been marked by engaging performances from ‘Vande Bharatam’ group of dancers from throughout the nation, tales of bravery by Veer Gatha 2.0 individuals, melodious performances by School Bands on the National War Memorial, first-ever e-invitations, largest-ever drone present and 3-D anamorphic projection.

The Republic Day parade, which is able to start at round 1030 hrs, will probably be a singular mixture of the nation’s navy prowess and cultural range, depicting the nation’s rising indigenous capabilities, Nari Shakti and emergence of a ‘New India’.

In line with custom, the Tricolour was unfurled, adopted by the National Anthem and a booming 21-gun salute. Amongst the numerous firsts, the 21-gun salute was given with the 105-mm Indian Field Guns. It changed the classic 25 pounder gun, demonstrating ‘Aatmanirbharta’ (self-reliance) in defence. Four Mi-17 1V/V5 helicopters of 105 Helicopter Unit showered petals on the viewers current at Kartavya Path.

The parade commenced with the President taking the customary salute.

Marching down the Kartavya Path for the primary time was the mixed Band & Marching contingent of the Egyptian Armed Forces, led by Colonel Mahmoud Mohamed Abdel Fattah El Kharasawy.

The contingent consisted of 144 troopers, representing the principle branches of the Egyptian Armed Forces.

The first contingent within the uniform of the 61 Cavalry was led by Captain Raizada Shaurya Bali. The 61 Cavalry is the one serving energetic Horse Cavalry Regiment on the earth, with the amalgamation of all of the ‘State Horse Units’.

Cultural performances by 479 artists chosen by the nationwide Vande Bharatam dance competitors added color to the Republic Day parade. The theme of the cultural extravaganza was ‘Nari Shakti’ offered by 326 feminine dancers and ably supported by 153 male dancers, within the age group of 17-30 years.

They offered classical, folks and modern fusion dances, depicting the ‘Power of Women’ by 5 parts — Earth, Water, Air, Space and Fire. This is the second time that the dancers of the cultural programme had been chosen by a nationwide competitors.

Another spotlight of the present was an exhilarating motorbike show by ‘Corps of Signals’ Dare Devils staff. They enthralled the viewers with an array of formations, which may also embody a Yoga show.