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As Amit Shah visits Bihar, BJP eyes record to mark 75 years of independence | Latest News India

With Bihar getting ready for a go to by residence minister Amit Shah, the BJP is eyeing a record to mark 75 years of India’s independence from colonial rule. “Dulour’s field is covered with the tricolor… Bihar is creating a record today! The historical land of Babu Veer Kunwar Singh resonates with the chants of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai”,” a tweet by the occasion’s Bihar unit learn on Saturday.

At an occasion to mark the beginning anniversary of Veer Babu Kunwar Singh, one of the primary freedom fighters who had been half of the 1857 mutiny towards the Britishers, the occasion plans to hoist over 75,000 nationwide flags. Amit Shah shall be current on the celebration.

Union minister of state Nityanand Rai, who previously headed the occasion’s Bihar unit, was quoted as saying by information company PTI, “We cannot put a cap on the number of flag bearers. But it will not be less than 75,000. The more, the merrier. Full arrangements are being made to ensure the comfort of the attendees.”

The organisers may even set up a digital camera entice on the floor to confirm the quantity of flag-wavers on the occasion. Sanjay Jaiswal, who has succeeded Rai because the state BJP chief, stated in Bhojpur “Pakistan’s record is of waving about 56,000 flags, set in 2004. We are already in touch with the authorities at the Guinness Book of World Records. They will be installing camera trap at the ground to ascertain the number of flag wavers at the event”.

Notably, the BJP has stated that the occasion is a “non-political” one. However, your entire Bihar BJP unit together with Union ministers, BJP MPs, and occasion cadre from village degree to state degree have been working for months to make the occasion profitable.

The freedom battle hero, also referred to as Babu Kunwar Singh, is remembered for main the liberty battle towards the British in Bihar. In 1858 on April 23, Veer Kunwar Singh fought his final battle close to Jagdishpur and defeated the East India Company. He quickly died in the identical year on April 26 from the accidents sustained throughout his final conflict.

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is an initiative by the central authorities to commemorate 75 years of Independence. Under the programme, countrywide occasions are being organised by the centre and state governments to have fun the historical past and tradition of the nation.

 

(With inputs from PTI)


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