CELEBRATING 71 YEARS OF FREEDOM - watsupptoday.com
Posted 14 Aug 2017 05:26 PM

India is going to witness the 71 years of Independence to Delhi will be hosting a big celebration which will be a center of attraction for the entire nation. In order to complete the entire ceremony peacefully, Delhi police are running on its toes to make sure that the historic day is being celebrated with tranquility and harmony. Independence Day will be celebrated at Red Fort which has been installed with 300 cameras having 360 degrees view including night vision for the first time. The entire nation will be experiencing the National holiday on 15th August 2017. People all across the state conduct flag hosting ceremonies in each and every state and union territories. PM Modi will be addressing the people of India through his speech at the function and he will host the Tricolor flag at Red Fort, Delhi. After the Flag hosting national song will be sung along with the firing of twenty-one gun shots in order to salute and honor the Indian Flag.
PM highlights all the achievements of the past including critical issues, their solutions and the future planning for the betterment of the country. After paying his condolences and tribute to the martyrs of the nation a grand march past is being conducted by the Paramilitary and Armed Forces. Flag hosting, cultural programs, and other events are taken place in various schools, colleges, private and public institutions.
Flying kite symbolized the Independence day, the sky is covered with the tricolor kites all over the nation. Another important symbol of Independence day is the Red Fort of Delhi where the First Indian PM Jawahar Lal Nehru, unfolded the Flag on 15th August 1947. It is celebrated every year to portray the freedom of India from the British rule in 1947. A day due to which we Indians have the Freedom to everything and we are no longer will a life of slavery under the Britishers. So, we all should gather and celebrate this day with enthusiasm. Happy Independence Day!

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