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74th Independence Day celebrated in Amethi- with fervency and enthusiasm

74th Independence Day was celebrated in Amethi with fervency and enthusiasm maintaining social distancing to avoid outbreak of pandemic coronavirus disease.

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Amethi. 74th Independence Day was celebrated in Amethi with fervency and enthusiasm maintaining social distancing to avoid outbreak of pandemic coronavirus disease.

According to details available District Magistrate of Amethi Arun Kumar unfurled the National Flag (Tricolour) on the premises of collectorate at Gauriganj the district headquarter of Amethi.

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The DM also administered the oath to all the concerned staff including officials for national integrity, sovereignty of nation and the Constitution and to sink the difference, if any, by democratic systems.

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Police Superintendent Dinesh Singh unfurled the National Flag on the premises of reserve police lines and administered the oath to cops to follow national guidelines related to unity and sovereignty of the country.

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Here SP Mr. Singh was honoured with the ‘Golden Disc’ provided by DGP of state for his commendable and appreciable services in police department.

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Also a head constable and reader in police department Brijendra Prasad Singh was also given honour by DGP with commendation letter for his remarkable services.

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The same process was followed by Additional SP on the premises of police office at Gauriganj. Also the National Flag was unfurled and this occasion was celebrated with joy and commitments for national services in academic institutions despite rare presence of students following pandemic Coronavirus disease.

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Over all the bad effect of pandemic Coronavirus disease was easily observable every-where on this ‘Red Letter Day’ in our history, the day when India became free from ill-clutches of the then British government.