‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign: CM Dr. Manik Saha calls for mass participation

Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha on Sunday shed light on various aspects of the innovative role of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on nation building.

Saha was addressing a gathering of common people and students during the listening event of PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat at Kakraban Community Hall in Gomati district on Sunday.

The Chief Minister on Sunday called for larger participation in the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign starting from August 13 till August 15 to mark the 75th year of Indian independence. He also appealed to law-abiding citizens to use the national flag in their social media profile pictures.

Meanwhile, in his address to the gathering on Sunday the chief minister thanked PM Modi for presenting the identity of 75 railway stations in the country dedicated to the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for the country.

“Because of the Prime Minister’s call for a self-reliant India, domestic toys are being exported abroad today and at present, the import of foreign toys have reduced by 70 percent. Today, India is becoming independent in the field of toy production which was another step forward in the formation of self-reliant India,” Saha said.

He said, “I would also like to applaud the innovative initiative taken by the Prime Minister to promote various fairs related to regional agricultural culture across the country. On the advice of the Prime Minister, the traditional Ayurvedic treatment system of the country is taken forward towards further development and everyone should join it.”

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