Jammu Kashmir’s Tiranga Yatra Held In Srinagar: Union Minister Shares Bird’s-Eye View Video

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Jammu Kashmir’s Tiranga Yatra Held In Srinagar: Union Minister Shares Bird’s-Eye View Video

The office of Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Manoj Sinha organised a significant “Tiranga Yatra” on Sunday in Srinagar. Hundreds of villagers and workers participated in the yatra from SKICC to the Botanical Garden in Srinagar. In various regions of the Kashmir valley, these demonstrations were also organised at the district level. The Union minister shared a mesmerising video capturing the beauty of this yatra. 

Jammu Kashmir’s Tiranga Yatra Held In Srinagar

Union Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Coal, and Mines of India Prahlad Joshi shared a video of this Tiranga Yatra in Jammu and Kashmir’s Srinagar. The video showed a bird’s-eye view of the entire yatra, with roads filled with people.

The video also featured the beautiful Shikaras floating in the water body on the other side of the road. The view was completely mesmerising as people were wearing clothes featuring the colors of our Indian flag and participating in the yatra. 

The walkathon was successful, as many people participated in it. The video takes us through this rally and ends by giving us a beautiful view of the Sher-i-Kashmir International Conference Centre (SKICC).

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Lt. Governor Bows Down To The Martyrs 

The L-G read the Prime Minister’s “Panch Pran” vow to the attendees at the SKICC event. This included  public authorities, legislators, and civilians. 

On the occasion of Independence Day, all government departments in Kashmir issued specific orders to their workers, urging them to participate in formal events and fly the tricolor. Officials are instructed to use the flag as their social media profile image.

The Tricolor, according to the Lt. Governor, stands for the hopes of our martyred liberation fighters. 

He stated in the statement that he prostrated himself before all the great figures who had made priceless contributions and sacrificed their very lives to advance the prosperity of the country.

The Tiranga Yatra was attended by all of J&K. The streets were bustling with energy as the Tricolor flew high in the sky. According to the Lt. Governor, the participation of men, women, children, and senior citizens throughout UT serves as an example for the rest of the nation. (As per The Hindu and Greater Kashmir)

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