Wednesday, January 19, 2022

India’s biggest, highest Tricolor hoisted at Ranchi’s Pahari Mandir

Ranchi, Jan. 23: On the auspicious occasion of the 119th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Ranchi witnessed the hoisting of the country’s highest and biggest Tricolor.

“This is a proud moment for Jharkhand and I pay my gratitude,” said defense minister Manohar Parikkar at the Morabadi ground here on Saturday after hoisting the National Flag along with Governor Draupadi Murmu and Chief Minister Raghubar Das at Pahadi Mandir.

Addressing a gathering on the occasion of online inauguration of Jharkhand Raksha Shakti University, Parikkar said that this is a matter of pride that the Raksha Shakti University has been inaugurated in the state capital, which is also the birth place of Paramveer Chakra winner Albert Ekka.

The university will commence session in two years and help in military and defense divisions. “We have vast scope in the area and with this University; the students will be benefited in the nearby future.”

The defense minister assured that if the state wanted help in the military and security matters, the Center is prepared to lend a helping hand. According to Parikkar, 50 percent of the country’s mineral resources come from Jharkhand, but still the pace of development here is really slow. However, the changes will be seen in the future as the current government is striving for it.

Speaking on the occasion, Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that today is the birth anniversary of Netaji, who gave us the slogan of ‘Jai Hind.’ “It inspires us. It has the power to connect. This slogan has become the slogan of the masses now. Netaji’s contribution to the country’s Independence is valuable. We should endeavor to make India brighter, so that we can live the dreams of Netaji.”

Das said that the Raksha Shakti University will start in the financial year 2016-17. Youths will be benefited at this university to avail the opportunity to work in the defense sector. It is the dream of Prime Minister Narendra Modi that every youth should get proper training in every sector.

He said that Jharkhand has now created a new identity by hoisting the biggest and longest National Flag at the Pahari Hill temple complex. “We got this opportunity because of all the freedom fighters who sacrificed their life for us.” The CM also extended thanks to those who played a major role in ensuring the flag hoisting.

Paying her tribute to Subhash Chandra Bose, Governor Draupadi Murmu said that today is the birth anniversary of the great freedom fighter. She said that Netaji had special attachment with this area.

It is reported that in 1931, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose had arrived at Gomoh railway station, when he was going to Delhi by Kalka Mail. After his name, Gomoh station is known as Subhash Chandra Bose Jn. Gomoh.

On behalf of the residents of the state, the Governor congratulated the defense minister Manohar Parikkar, who came here to hoist country’s biggest National Flag.

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