Even though our Independence Day is a month away, the Government has already started its preparations for the big day.
To mark the 70th Independence Day, the government has asked everyone to post a selfie with the Tricolour.
What’s more, on the off chance that you do, bear in mind to post it on Twitter; on the grounds that the Indian government’s legitimate Twitter account will retweet and make you a star!
As indicated by ET, letters have effectively gone out to all ministers from the Press Information Bureau on the behest of data and broadcasting minister M Venkaiah Naidu, requesting that they compose their achievements on the significance of the 70th Independence Day.
This Independence Day’s theme will be the general growth of the nation since the freedom of the country.
Be that as it may, the administration will be more centered around the accomplishments of the most recent three years with regards to the initiative of PM Modi.
A Journey with the Tricolour!
Watch the #TirangaYatra film on @indiatvnews at 1.30 pm tomorrow. #Aazadi70Saal pic.twitter.com/48e6hhxSfE
— PIB India #StayHome #StaySafe (@PIB_India) September 3, 2016
Reports express, the administration will hold Twitter Polls and tests via web-based networking media locales over realities on India and the battle for freedom.
The thought is to give individuals a chance to take pride in the country and to review how the nation has developed after Independence in spite of all the negative focuses.
In an interview with ET, a senior official said: “Prime Minister Narendra Modi has further placed India in the top league of nations in the last three years. People’s opinions will be sought on social media what freedom means for them.”
The week-long festival is planned to be held in the Rajpath gardens between Mansingh Road and Janpath and will start on August 12 and end on August 18.
If you’ve been living under a rock – Independence Day, is annually observed on 15 August as a national holiday in India commemorating the nation’s independence from the British Empire on 15 August 1947.
By Supriyo Mukherjee.