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75th Independence Day 2021: How to watch live telecast of PM Modi’s Red Fort speech | Latest News India

India is celebrating ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ on Sunday, a day that marks the 75th Independence Day 2021 for the nation from almost two centuries of British colonial rule. Prime Minister Narendra Modi might be addressing the nation from the historic Red Fort in New Delhi, the place he will even unfurl the nationwide flag. The occasion might be accompanied by a collection of programmes organised by the armed forces and the safety officers to salute the tricolour with a guard of honour.

Prime Minister Modi’s speech is predicted to begin round 6:30am this morning. While there are numerous attending the occasion, others can watch the programmes from the consolation of their very own houses, particularly given the coronavirus illness (Covid-19) scenario.

The whole Independence Day ceremony on fifteenth August might be broadcast live on the nationwide channels of the All India Radio (AIR) in Hindi and in English, with patriotic and cultural programmes airing all through the day. According to stories, the occasion might be coated by three multi-camera OB followers which give a 360-degree panorama for the Red Fort broadcast.

Here’s how to watch the live telecast of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Red Fort speech on fifteenth August:

Television

The Independence Day speech by Prime Minister Narendra Modi might be telecast live on Doordarshan’s DD National or DD News tv channels. The speech will even be telecast concurrently on different non-public information channels in a spread of languages.

Digital

If you wouldn’t have entry to a tv community, fret not. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Independence Day handle, live from the Red Fort in New Delhi on fifteenth August, will even be telecast on the official YouTube channels of Doordarshan and the Press Information Bureau (PIB). It will also be watched live on the PIB India Twitter account.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, extending his greetings to the residents of India, stated, “Greetings to you all on Independence Day. Wishing you all a very Happy 75th Independence Day. May this year of ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ infuse new energy and consciousness among the countrymen. Jai Hind!”

 

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