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Sarpanches of Vibrant Villages, Teachers, Nurses, Farmers, Fishermen Invited to Attend Independence Day Celebrations
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Sarpanches of Vibrant Villages, Teachers, Nurses, Farmers, Fishermen Invited to Attend Independence Day Celebrations

As India gears up to commemorate its 75th year of independence, the stage is set for a momentous Independence Day celebration at the iconic Red Fort in New Delhi. This year’s event is poised to be particularly special, with around 1,800 esteemed guests from across the nation set to attend the flag hoisting ceremony by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 15.

In a unique and inclusive gesture, the government has extended invitations to individuals representing a wide spectrum of contributions to the nation’s growth. Among the distinguished attendees are sarpanches of Vibrant Villages, teachers, nurses, farmers, fishermen, shram yogis who played a pivotal role in the construction of the Central Vista Project in New Delhi, khadi sector workers, national award-winning school teachers, Border Roads Organisation workers, as well as those who have dedicated their efforts to the success of the Amrit Sarovar Projects and Har Ghar Jal Yojana Projects across various regions of the country.

A heartening highlight of the celebration is the inclusion of three Har Ghar Jal Yojana workers from Maharashtra, who will be the center of attention as they join the festivities at the Red Fort. A group of fifty such workers, accompanied by their families, has been selected as special guests, emblematic of the government’s commitment to its “Jan Bhagidari” vision.

Chandrakala Meshram, hailing from Lakhapur in Chandrapur District, expressed her joy and gratitude at being invited to the Independence Day Ceremony. She acknowledged the transformation brought about by the Har Ghar Jal Yojana in her village, citing that over 300 families once struggled with water scarcity. The implementation of the scheme led to the installation of 148 permanent water pipelines, dramatically improving living standards.

Similarly, Prakash Namdeo Mangoankar, a Water Supply and Cleanliness Committee member of Grampanchayat Bhatiwade, Bhudargad in Kolhapur district, expressed his excitement and gratitude for being chosen as a witness to the Red Fort celebration. He emphasized the pivotal role of the Har Ghar Jal Yojana in his village, where an “Infiltration Gallery” was constructed to ensure year-round piped water supply. This initiative has provided each household with access to 55 liters of clean water, significantly enhancing the quality of life for the villagers.

These stories of transformation and progress underscore the overarching theme of the Independence Day celebration – celebrating not only the historical achievement of independence but also the people who have collectively contributed to the nation’s development and prosperity.

As the countdown to the 75th Independence Day begins, the nation eagerly anticipates this remarkable celebration that embodies unity, inclusivity, and the spirit of progress. The presence of guests representing diverse fields and contributions is a poignant reminder of the journey India has undertaken since gaining independence 75 years ago.

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