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Under the Amrit Mahotsav in Jalaun, under the leadership of SP Ravi Kumar and ASP Asim Chaudhary, police personnel brought out a massive 5 kilometer long tricolor yatra. The tricolor yatra ran from the Orai police line, which passed through various intersections in the city, during which police personnel were greeted by showering flowers on the Muslim community from place to place. The SP and ASP, who ran it, were honored with garlands and vestments.
Muslim young people taking a selfie with people taking out the tricolor yatra.
The Independence Day Amrit Mahotsav is celebrated across the country. This Amrit Mahotsav is celebrated from July 11 to 17, during which the tricolor Yatra is taken from place to place by the administration, representatives of the public, school students. Also on Tuesday in Orai, police released the tricolor yatra. Hindu-Muslim harmony was witnessed in this tricolor yatra where members of the Hindu Muslim community as well as police personnel also enthusiastically participated.
Taking the garden in the tricolor yatra, SP.
This tricolor yatra was removed from the Orai police line under the direction of Superintendent of Police Jalaun Ravi Kumar and Additional Superintendent of Police Aseem Chaudhary. Who reached Kotwali via the city’s Zilla Parishad Junction, Nephew Mamu’s Tomb, Ambedkar Square, Dalganjan Square, Bajaria, Mahil Talab, Ghantaghar, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Square, meanwhile, members of the Muslim community of Bajaria poured flowers on the policemen and he was welcomed and honored, as well as the superintendent of police and the additional superintendent of police, who led this tricolor yatra, as well as members of the Muslim community, were honored by former City Chairman Vijay Choudhary with a statue, body glove and flower bouquet.
Crowds of people gathered in the tricolor yatra.
In this tricolor yatra, police officers were seen hoisting the flag and swinging to chants of patriotism, in the same police gypsy, female soldiers were seen saluting the tricolor continuously, as well as police officers shouting Bharat Mata slogans who Jai. The tricolor ended at the police cordon. People from the Hindu Muslim community as well as city dignitaries participated in this 5 km long tricolor yatra, which was seen dancing to devotional songs.
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