PM Narendra Modi wishes India on Independence Day: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lead the Independence Day celebrations from the Red Fort in New Delhi and hoist the national flag from the 17th-century monument.
Greetings to you all on Independence Day.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 15, 2021
आप सभी को 75वें स्वतंत्रता दिवस की बहुत-बहुत बधाई। आजादी के अमृत महोत्सव का यह वर्ष देशवासियों में नई ऊर्जा और नवचेतना का संचार करे।
जय हिंद! #IndiaIndependenceDay
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday extended his best wishes to the people of India as India celebrates its 75th Independence Day this year. “Happy Independence Day to all of you. Happy 75th Independence Day. This year’s ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ should infuse new energy and vitality in the people of the country. Jai Hind!” Prime Minister Modi tweeted.
PM Modi will lead the Independence Day celebrations from the Red Fort in New Delhi as he will hoist the national flag from the 17th-century monument and deliver a traditional address to the nation.
India is celebrating its 75th Independence Day as ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ and the government is organizing a series of events across the country.
Security has been beefed up in the country’s capital for the 75th Independence Day celebrations with counter-drone technology deployed in sensitive areas. The Delhi Traffic Police has advised the Independence Day celebrations at the Red Fort to ensure safe and smooth flow of vehicles across the city.
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Meanwhile, farmers have proposed a tractor parade in the capital on Independence Day against three agricultural laws. “About 5,000 vehicles and 20,000 farmers will take part in the march on Sunday. We are ready to protest. Our protest is against three agricultural laws. Women are leading the protest. We want to show the government that we will not break up. The protest continues,” one farmer told ANI.
Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana said they had closed the Delhi border and were talking to farmers’ leaders.