Kohima: Nagaland Chief Minister launching the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ marketing campaign as a part of the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ on the World Conflict II Museum in Kisama on Friday. nephiu rio Urged the Nagas to actively take part within the particular celebrations of 75 years of Indian Independence and unfurl the nationwide flag at house.
Addressing the gathering, the CM stated, “All residents are requested and anticipated to unfurl the nationwide flag.” He knowledgeable that the state is taking part within the celebrations which began from March 12 final yr.
He hoped that greater than 4 lakh flags obtained by the state would attain all nooks and corners between August 13 and 15, and can be hoisted in all properties. “Residents ought to present respect to India’s freedom motion by hoisting the tricolor.” CM stated.
“Immediately, we’re grappling with the Naga problem, and we’re working in the direction of an answer. So immediately, I name upon everybody to actively take part within the celebration of the nation’s independence,” the CM stated.
The Chief Minister stated that the Indian flag is a logo of satisfaction and hard-earned freedom.
The CM stated that aside from properties, the flag would even be hoisted in public undertakings, native self-governing our bodies, authorities, academic establishments, business institutions and personal companies.
Chief Secretary J Alam, IAS presiding over this system stated that this competition is a vital event and an essential milestone for the nation. He talked about that the event is being celebrated not solely within the state, however throughout the nation, and the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ marketing campaign was an integral and symbolic a part of the celebrations.
Advisor Jale Neekha stated that the state authorities is making efforts to advertise the marketing campaign by way of numerous means. He knowledgeable that the state has obtained 4.4 lakh flags which have been distributed in numerous districts the place the executive officers are coordinating with the native folks within the villages.
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