Red Horns Division held a two-day event to commemorate Azadi KaAmrit Mahotsav

Red Horns Division held a two-day event to commemorate Azadi KaAmrit Mahotsav

Tezpur: The Red Horns division is a two-day event from May 1st to May 2nd to commemorate the 75th anniversary of independence as part of Azadika Amrit Mahozaf at the Kaila Bali Sports Ground in Hattigor, Udalgri district. We held an event.

The Curtain Razor Ceremony began with a welcome remark by Brigadier General Rajpalcin, a station commander at Hati Hród Military Station, and Sangit Tanti, an executive member of MCLABTC. The ceremony was attended by a large number of participants, and the event was very welcome and thankful.

On May 1st, a celebration began with a flag on the mini marathon held for children in local schools. More than 400 students from 5 local schools participated energetically. All students were given a certificate of participation to thank them for their efforts. A free medical camp was organized to provide the sick and the poor with immunity and health examinations by medical professionals from the Indian Army and Udalgri Municipal Hospital. The camp was crowded and more than 550 men, women and children of all ages benefited from front door medical assistance.

There are also numerous cultural stalls displaying local Bodo handicrafts and handicrafts, depicting the rich cultural heritage of the region and light meals for all. These were actively subscribed to by everyone. About 107 NCC boys and girls from government-affiliated universities in Mangoldai and Tangla also interacted with Indian troops and local children. They enthusiastically visited the Army’s equipment exhibition hall with local youth.

Interesting games and sports were organized for children and adolescents, followed by educational and motivational lectures on safety, health and hygiene. Participating doctors emphasized the health aspects of children and women.

The first day of the celebration will be seen with active participation and large attendance, and the second day is expected to increase exponentially with more participation from public representatives, the Indian Army and senior civilian officials. In addition to continuing the ongoing event, tree planting, cultural programs, cycle rallies, handicrafts, handicraft exhibits, traditional dance and music are also planned for May 2.