Republic Day will be celebrated ceremonially

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Republic Day will be celebrated ceremonially

Government issued guidelines regarding the event

Like every year, this year also Republic Day will be celebrated with great fervor in the state.

Detailed guidelines have been issued by the government in this regard.

According to the instructions issued by the General Administration Department, on January 26, on the occasion of Republic Day, the national flag will be hoisted at all the important government buildings and historical places of the state.

The program will be organized like this at the district headquarters

According to the instructions issued last year, the chief guest would hoist the flag and read the Chief Minister’s message at the district headquarters and a parade would be organized. The parade will not be held at places other than the district headquarters. NSS, Scout Guide and Shaurya Dal etc. will not participate in the parade in view of Kovid-19. Tableaux will be drawn as per last year. Flag hoisting, national anthem will be organized by the head of the office in educational institutions. Children of classes 1 to 10 will not be included in the program.

This will be the nature of the program in district, district and village panchayat and urban bodies

According to the instructions issued, the national flag will be formally hoisted by the head of the administrative committee in the district panchayat offices and the national anthem will be played.
The national flag will be formally hoisted by the head of the administrative committee in the district panchayat office and the village panchayat office and the national anthem will be sung in the program. In such District Panchayat, Janpad Panchayat and Gram Panchayat where the head of the administrative committee is not available, the flag will be hoisted by the head of the office.

The national flag will be hoisted by the mayor or president in the municipal corporation, municipality and city council office where the elected mayor and president are working. In the remaining urban bodies, the flag will be hoisted by the Commissioner or the Chief Municipal Officer.

Madhavi Nagendra, Deputy Secretary, Government of Madhya Pradesh directed that the accountability of the concerned officers should be ensured at every level to ensure that the flag code is followed. Necessary arrangements for first aid should be made mandatory at the venue. Special care should be taken for hand sanitizer, mask and social distance etc. at the venue.

The list of invitees should be decided accordingly. He has directed that all the guidelines related to Kovid-19 issued by the Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare regarding Novel Corona Virus (Kovid-19) infection and the instructions issued by the State Government from time to time. Strict compliance should be ensured.Read More

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