Celebration of Independence Day at Satrayan by Sh. R S Chib: A grand function was organised to commemorate the 75 years of Independence under the aegis of “AZADI KA AMRIT MAHOTSAV” at Satrayan (SUCHETGARH International Border), where a large number of people participated to pay respect to the National Flag (Tri Colour) and remember those who sacrificed their lives to achieve independence for India.
The National Flag was hoisted by Jb. Suhail Kazmi, member, WAQF. Sqn. Ldr. R S Chib, Former Minister, and other dignitaries joined the Board J & K. This was followed by the National Anthem and patriotic songs sung by the students.
in that area. While addressing the large gathering, Mr. Kazmi greeted the people on On this historic day, we remember all the leaders who gave their lives for this country. for achieving independence. He stated that it is our collective responsibility to remember our patriots on this day and work for the unity and integrity of our great country.
While thanking the organisers for organising this border function, Mr. Kazmi said that the people living in our rural areas are the true builders of nations, particularly along the Indo-Pak border. They are the true builders of nations. and universal brotherhood. We have all assembled here to spread the real Through this celebration, on the occasion of the 76th Independence Day, India’s Independence Day, he went on to say that we all play a part in preserving the dignity of the human race.
Our nation’s flag with great honour and that will glorify the beauty of our nation. I salute The people living across India, especially in the difficult situations of the borders, Mr. Chib, who presided over the function, extended his greetings to all countrymen, particularly the people of SUCHETGARH‘s border area.Mr. Chib stated that it is our responsibility to remember all those who gave their lives in the war.
Achieving Independence for India He stated that it is both our right and a matter of pride. to host the Tricolour on this day of Independence. Mr. Chib expressed hope that J& K UT will be granted statehood at the earliest and that the elections will be held soon. He made special reference to the refugees who fled POK in 1947, 1965, and 1971 and are now living in the United States.
Of the seats reserved for POK residents, he said that the GOI should consider their representation in the assembly by nominating a reasonable number of seats. The development along the international border is far from satisfactory, said Mr. Chib. He best described it.It is unfortunate that the Jammu-Suchtgarh road is in a totally dilapidated condition. despite the fact that it is a national highway and that millions of people use it.People from other parts of India are visiting SUCHETGARH BORDER and GHRANA.
wetland every year. Mr. Chib said that the nation is proud of our security forces and on this day, we all pay our tributes to those brave hearts who have sacrificed their lives.
in defending our borders. He thanked the Chief Guest and the other guests of honour, viz., MUNISH GUPTA, Early Times Editor-in-Chief; ANKUSH JAMWAL, Bureau Chief; DAINIK BHASKAR; and BHARAT SHARMA. Mr. Chib congratulated the 27 meritorious students from the Border Area who have been given the certificate of Merit and a cash award of Rs. 1000 each by the Chenab College of Education.
He further said that the media has a very important role to play. He congratulated the journalists who were honoured on this day for their work. outstanding performance in the field of journalism.