Mizoram Governor Kambampati pays tribute to martyrs on Vijay Diwas

Becoming a member of the nationwide celebration of India’s victory over Pakistan within the Indo-Pakistani Warfare of 1971, Mizoram celebrated Victory Day on 16 December on the Warfare Memorial, Treasury Sq. Aizawl.

Mizoram Governor Hari Babu Kambhampati paid floral tributes to the martyrs of the Indo-Pakistani Warfare of 1971 for the liberation of Bangladesh on the event of Vijay Diwas.

Chief Minister Zoramthanga led the remainder of the officers, navy officers and leaders of the Ex-Providers League to pay homage to the heroes who died on the battlefield.

House Minister Pu Lalchmalliana and Chief Secretary P Renu Sharma had been among the many high officers who attended the commemoration.

Pu Lalbiakthanga, a World Warfare II veteran and Padma Shri 2020 recipient, was additionally among the many retired troopers who paid floral tributes to their fallen comrades.

“Given the scale of the state and its inhabitants, the contribution of Mizoram is at least that of the bigger states. On this event, it could be famous that three former chief ministers and 4 MLAs of the state had been both protection officers or troopers,” Directorate of Data and Public Relations, Aizawl mentioned in a press launch.

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