Friday, December 9, 2022

‘Prabhat Pheris’ carried out across Nagaland

District administrations, police, civil society organisations, educational institutions and others across Nagaland carried out “Prabhat Pheris” (morning processions) across the state to sensitise people about “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign.
“Prabhat Pheris” are organised as part of “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign under the aegis of “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” to encourage people to bring the tricolour home and to hoist it to mark the 75th year of India’s independence.
Mon: Mon district administration and DEF Mon on Thursday jointly organised “Har GharTiranga” walkathon from Local Ground to Council Hall, Mon, which was flagged off by N. Thongwang Konyak, MLA.
According to a DIPR report, on culmination of the walkathon, a brief programme was held at the council hall, wherein Thongwang Konyak paid homage to the freedom fighters and stressed on importance and significance of the national flag.
DC Mon, Ajit Kumar Verma highlighted the significance of the three colours in the national flag. He said the walkathon was aimed to create awareness on “Har GharTiranga” campaign.Superintendent of Police (SP) Mon, Imnalensa said the campaign was aimed to make all citizens identify and be one with the national flag.
Additional SP Mon, T Ado Yanlem also expressed hope that the walkathon would ignite a feeling of patriotism within the participants. Yanlem also administered the “Nasha Mukt Bharat Abhiyaan” pledge.
Earlier, on August 9, officials and school students took part in “Prabhat Pheri” at Helipad Ground, Mon. Before the flag-off, DC Mon highlighted students on purpose of the “Prabhat Pheri”. Altogether, 150 participants from three government schools from Mon participated.
Tseminyu: Tseminyu district on Thursday carried out “Har Ghar Tiranga” walkathon led by DC Tseminyu, Dr. Zasekuolie Chusi and SP Tseminyu, Kanchan Kumar.
According to a DIPR report, DC urged every household and institutions in the district to hoist the national flag from August 13-15 so as to show respect and unity. The SP said that “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign signifies sacrifice, peace in the society and prosperity in life.
Longleng: In commemoration of 75 years of India’s Independence, “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign rally was organised by district administration Longleng Thursday from Lempong junction to Hukpang junction.
According to a DIPR report, before flagging off the rally, DC Longleng, Dharam Raj briefly highlighted purpose of the rally and thanked all participants for taking out time to be a part of the rally.
Government officers, staff, GBs, DBs led by district administration participated in the morning rally.
NYK Kohima & SMCHSS: Nehru Yuva Kendra (NYK) Kohima, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, government of India in collaboration with St. Mary’s Cathedral Higher Secondary School (SMCHSS) Lirie Kohima organised Tiranga rally on Thursday from school premises to CRPF camp, Lerie.
During the rally, participants carried the national flag besides chanting patriotic slogans, band party and songs. After the rally, a short programme was held at CRPF camp along with the CRPF Jawans where the flag was hoisted at their campus.
Zunheboto: Zunheboto battalion of Assam Rifles and Zunheboto district administration along with district police and civil societies organised a national flag rally to promote “Har Ghar Tiranga” on August 10 at Zunheboto Town.
PRO said the aim was to spread awareness amongst the local population for “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign and instil pride of national flag.
Pughoboto: Pughoboto Sub Division carried out “Prabhat Pheri” on August 10 led by ADC Pughoboto, Tiameren Chang, who said the identity and pride of all Indians and urged the people to hoist the Tiranga. The procession participated by government offices, DEF, NAP, teachers, students, youths and others started from Local Ground Pughoboto and culminated at the ADC Puhoboto office.
Chümoukedima: Chümoukedima district administration, police 1st NAP, 15th NAP (IR) and PTS jointly organised “Prabhat Pheri” on August 10 from Chümoukedima Gate -2 and culminated at the shopping complex opposite Niathu Resort.
In a brief address, DC Chümoukedima, Abhinav Shivam thanked all participants and added that the procession was an awareness exercise to educate people about the national flag. Participants including government officials, CSOs, CTYO, student union bodies, police, IR, Mahila, SPC and traffic police were led by DC, SP and ADC Chümoukedima. Earlier, the Mahila piper band played the National Anthem.
Wokha: District administration Wokha on August 9 organised “Prabhat Pheri” from police point to DC Wokha office. According to DIPR report, advisor for horticulture & border affairs, Mhathung Yanthan, advisor for law & justice, Dr. Chumben Murry, and advisor for information technology & communication, science & technology, new & renewable energy, Mmhonlumo Kikon led head offices from the district. Government employees and school students also took part in the “Prabhat Pheri”.
Mokokchung/Nuiland/Tening/Phek: Students from various schools and colleges, police personnel, government employees, civil society organisations and others of Mokokchung, Nuiland, Tening and Phek also participated in the “Prabhat Pheri” on August 9 at their respective places.

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