Republic Day LIVE: The tableau of Uttar Pradesh displays Ram Mandir (pc: social media)
NEW DELHI: India is celebrating its 72nd Republic Day. From the President of the country Ramnath Kovind to Vice President Venkaiah Naidu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and other Union ministers, Rahul Gandhi and many leaders congratulated the countrymen on Republic Day. At the same time, PM Modi reached the National War Memorial and paid tribute to the immortal martyrs.
Republic Day Live
The Republic Day celebration at Rajpath is over. President Ramnath Kovind has again left for Rashtrapati Bhavan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the common people and accepted their greetings before leaving as usual.
Rafale thunders on Rajpath
Now the turn is of the most special format. Rafael fighter aircraft is being led by Eklavya Formation. Rafael is accompanied by two Jaguars, two MiG-29 fighter aircraft. The captain of the formation is Group Captain Rohit Kataria, Flight Lieutenant 17 Squadron. Explain that Rafale fighter plane is showing its tricks in vertical Charlie form this time.
Ladakh tableau seen for the first time, glimpse of Ram temple in UP
The first tableau on the Rajpath is the tableau of the Union Territory of Ladakh, which is participating in the first Republic Day parade after becoming a Union Territory.
The peace loving and contented people of Ladakh state are proud of their rich culture and are enjoying centrally governed records. The tableau focuses on the vision of exemplary region for the world by making Ladakh a carbon neutral state after declaring Ladakh as a Union Territory.
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Parade of paramilitary and other auxiliary forces also came out on Rajpath on Tuesday. During this time, the Indian Coast Guard, Central Reserve Police Force, Delhi Police Band, Indo-Tibetan Border Police Band, National Security Guard personnel showed their strength.
Tableau of Indian Navy:
A naval tableau was also shown on Rajpath. The first part of the tableau depicts the attack on the port of Karachi by missile boats on the night of 04-05 December 1971 by the Indian Navy. Both sides of the tableau depict the route adopted by the attacking units.
The tableau depicts the performance of prominent naval warriors in the 1971 war. Ines Vikrant is shown participating in a flying operation with Sea Hawk and Alias Aircraft. The other part of the tableau shows pictures of Mahavir Chakra winners during the war. On both sides of the tableau are shown the murals of the surrender ceremony time.
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