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73rd Republic Day Celebration of Arunachal Pradesh

29 Jan,2022 05:08 PM, by: Manna Mili
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73rd Republic Day Celebration of Arunachal Pradesh:-

Itanagar

On the 26th of January, the state celebrated the 73rd Republic Day of India with much pomp. Governor B D Mishra unfurled the national flag at the Indira Gandhi Park Itanagar. Speaking at the grand commemoration, he applauded the armed forces and the police for maintaining the internal as well as external law and order of the nation. He also appreciated the health workers for their immense contributions in monitoring the spread of Covid-19. Reminding the people that the pandemic is not over, he appealed to the people to follow strict Covid appropriate behaviour. Addressing many issues and lauding many contributions and achievements, he appealed to the citizens for cooperation with the state government and work in an efficient way for a better future.











East Siang

The 73rd Republic Day was celebrated with Deputy Commissioner Shri TayiTaggu hoisting the National Flag, in the presence of Hon MLA Shri Kaling Moyong and other dignitaries in the premises of Siang Guest House, Pasighat. Addressing the people, DC Tayi Taggu outlined the priorities of the District Administration for providing responsive services towards its people. He also highlighted the various achievement made by the Govt. in the field of the health sector, education sector, and many other infrastructures constructed by the Pasighat Municipal Corporation. Commendation certificates were also awarded to various departments for their dedication, sincerity, and hard work.



Kradaadi

KraDaadi joined the 73rd Republic Day celebration with its Deputy Commissioner of Shri Higio Tala unfurling the National Flag at the general ground, Palin to commemorate the Republic Day celebration. Speaking at the occasion, he highlighted the various developments that took place over the past year that included the installation of an Oxygen plant at District Headquarters, the establishment of Health Centres, and several other successful projects. Certificate of Appreciation was handed over to M/s B.M. Enterprises, M/s Tayo Enterprises, and Mr. Charu Tatung for their contribution to the successful completion of road works under PMGSY. The commemoration was concluded with the curriculum activities displayed by the students of the various schools of the district.



Upper Siang

The 73rd Republic Day celebration was observed at District. HQ. Yingkiong where the DC Upper Siang unfurled the National Flag in presence of Hon'ble Min. H&FW Shri. Alo Libang and other HoDs. The celebration was followed by the Republic Day Parade, showcased by NCC and Scouts & Guides of various school students. Addressing the celebration, he appreciated the health department for their hard work and dedication in monitoring the spread of Covid-19. He also highlighted the development that took place in the district. A 2-bedded dialysis unit was also inaugurated by the Hon’ble Minister of H&FW, Shri Alo Libang.




Papumpare

The 73rd Republic Day of India was observed in a grand manner at district headquarters Yupia. The Deputy Commissioner Papum Pare District Minga Sherpa, IAS unfurled the national flag as the Chief Guest of the auspicious event amid the gatherings of officers, Police, ITBP personnel, Govt. officials, school children, HGBs, GBs, PIs, and the general public. Appreciating the health department for successfully conducting over 1 lakhs COVID tests and vaccinating 63,500 persons including the Har Gar Dastak campaign, he appealed to the public to adhere to the covid guidelines and take up vaccinations to fight the pandemic. The notable events of the occasion were cultural rally, guard of Honour by ITBP, exhibition stalls from Agriculture, Horticulture, Textile and Handicrafts, Tourism, IEC Display Van by IPR, Dordopew Self Help Groups, M/s O3 enterprises, tree plantations, and vaccination drive by Health department.



Lower Dibang Valley

The 73rd Republic Day was celebrated at Roing with great fervor. The Deputy Commissioner Soumya Saurabh (IAS) hoisted the National Tiranga in the presence of former CM Mukut Mithi, MLA Mutchu Mithi, ZPC Obang Ngupok, SP J. K. Lego, dignitaries, heads of departments, and guests.

Talking about the pandemic, the DC Lower Dibang Valley asked the public to follow Covid appropriate behaviour, get tested, and get vaccinated.

Highlighting various infrastructure developments in various sectors of the district, she appealed to the students to study well. She also put special emphasis on women of the district becoming financially independent through involvement with SHGs.


Upper Subansiri

Commemorating the grand celebration of India’s 73rd Republic Day, the district administration of Upper Subansiri observed the auspicious occasion with much fervour. The Deputy Commissioner Shri Mika Nyori unfurled the national flag and took part in the plantation program on the occasion of Republic Day followed by the felicitation of awards.






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