Republic Day 2021: No Parade, Only tableaux in this year's Celebration
The number of tableaux has been increased this time. Earlier, there were generally 25 to 28 tableaux.
New Delhi: The Republic Day parade will not go to the historic Red Fort for the first time this time. This time only tableaux will go to Red Fort. The number of tableaux has been increased this time. Earlier, there were generally 25 to 28 tableaux.
No Parade at Rajpath:
This time its number has been reduced to 32. Apart from this, changes have been made in the framework of the function on a large scale.
Such a decision has been taken in view of corona infection. Every year the parade of Delhi Police including military personnel started from Rajpath to Red Fort. The parade traveled 8.2 km. This time the parade will go up to 3.3 km. Each batch consisted of 144 personnel. This time only 96 personnel will be involved in each batch. The parade will end by walking from Rajpath to the National Stadium at India Gate. The number of tableaux has increased, but the tableaux will go back to the Red Fort.
Earlier, the tableaux used to go to the Red Fort and were kept there for the audience till 31 January. After the Republic Day celebrations, Bharat Parv was launched in Red Fort in the evening on the same day. In this, people saw the diversity of the country.
The six-day India festival was organized by the Ministry of Tourism. A stage was used to present cultural programs right in front of Red Fort. The festival consisted of theme stalls from various states and ministries, hand craft stalls and catering stalls from various states.
According to the police officer, security arrangements are being prepared like every year. But the outline of the event has been cut drastically. It is also being talked about not making the audience look good for the common people.