Srinagar- Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha on Friday termed Har Ghar Tiranga as a celebration of spirit of Janbhagidari and Jan Andolan and said that the event is turning out to be the biggest Jan Mahotsav on the earth.
Sinha made these remarks while chairing a high-level meeting at the Civil Secretariat herewith Deputy Commissioners and senior officials to review the preparations for ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign, which will start from tomorrow, an official spokesperson said.
“Har Ghar Tiranga is a celebration of spirit of Janbhagidari and Jan Andolan. Schools and colleges are organizing programmes recalling the contribution of freedom fighters and unsung heroes of the freedom struggle. It is turning out to be the biggest Jan Mahotsav on the earth. The journey of our future will now be defined by self-reliance and self-respect,” the LG said.
Observing that ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign in J&K is receiving overwhelming response from all quarters, Sinha, as per the spokesperson, exhorted officials to encourage the PRI members, prominent citizens, political parties, Youth clubs, government officials and common people to come forward and imbibe the true spirit of Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav.
“Amrit Kal Khand is a golden opportunity for retrospection and preparation for a leap into the glorious future,” the LG said.
Sinha, according to the spokesperson asked the Administrative Secretaries, DCs, SSPs, HoDs to lead the campaign and directed for organizing programmes of ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign at prominent and iconic places, tourist spots, border villages, besides illuminating the most conspicuous buildings and spots all over the UT in tricolor.
The LG, he said, also instructed for identifying houses and families of freedom fighters, and conducting Prabhat Pheris involving students, NCC cadets and NSS volunteers, besides integrating Covid precautionary dose with the campaign.
The spokesperson said that the Administrative Secretaries, Divisional Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners and SSPs shared the programmes being conducted in their respective departments and districts.
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