- Chhattisgarh will hold “Hamar Tiranga” campaign in schools from 20-30 August 2022 to mark 75 years of independence.
- The campaign aims to promote a patriotic atmosphere throughout the state.
- As part of the campaign, the film “Gandhi” will be shown to students in grades 11 and 12.
Raipur: According to a government official, the State of Chhattisgarh will organize a “Hamar Tiranga” campaign in public schools from August 20 to 30, 2022, to commemorate 75 years of independence.
The state government official further said that Bharathidasan, secretary of the Department of School Education, has provided all collectors, district education officers and district mission coordinators with full instructions on how to to carry out the campaign.
According to Bharathidasan, several programs will be organized under the campaign in public, private and government-subsidized schools using the name and accent of “Hamar Tiranga”. “It aims to develop a sense of patriotism and tell the stories of martyrs and freedom fighters. It will make it easier to understand what freedom really means in the modern world,” he said.
The official continued: “The authorities have been instructed to make arrangements in this regard so that, as part of the campaign, the film ‘Gandhi’ will be screened free of charge to 11th and 12th graders in nearby theaters or auditoriums. digital class.
The government official remarked that in addition to making essential preparations, efforts should be made to widely promote the “Hamar Tiranga” program, strictly following the Corona protocol and fostering a patriotic environment throughout the state.