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National Unity Day an opportunity to reaffirm commitment to unity: Biswajit

National Unity Day is celebrated to commemorate Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s achievements.

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Imphal: Information And Public Relation Minister Thongam Biswajit Singh stated that the National Unity Day provides us with the opportunity to reaffirm our unity, integrity in making a strong India. He was speaking at the observance of the National Unity Day (Rashtriya Ekta Divas) organised by the Regional Outreach Bureau (ROB) Imphal Bureau of Outreach &Communication, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.

National Unity Day is celebrated to commemorate Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s achievements. National unity is a force that keeps the society connected and makes them strong. National Unity Day teaches us to live together, work, and understand each other. National Unity Day is meant to encourage people to come closer in developing a better nation. It is very important for every person to think about the benefit of the country before their benefit. National Unity Day makes people aware of unity in many cities as well as in many areas of our country.

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On National Unity Day, various activities are done to develop a positive attitude towards people and their citizens. Various programs organized in schools and colleges motivate students to adopt unity and motivate others to do the same.

As part of the day, a variety of programmes are organised across the country showing the unity and integrity among the citizens of the country, he added.

Thanking Home minister Amit Shah for declaring Mt.Harriet national Park as Mt.Manipur National Park in commemoration of the brave kings and heroes of the State, the Minister further stated that this shows the concern of the present government towards the North East and the region’s importance in the integrity of the country.

Today, we are celebrating Sadar Vallabhbhai Patel’s achievement towards the integration of all princely states in making a stronger India, he said.

He continued that it is also a dream of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make a new India which is possible when all 1.30 billion population of the country are united.

As part of the observation, the Minister led the gathering in taking the Rashtriya Ekta Diwas Pledge. Resource person N Malansanba Meetei, Asst. Professor Department of History, GP Women’s College deliberated on the topic, National Unity Day.

Today’s function was also attended by Additional DG (Region), Imphal, Ministry Of Information a

& Broadcasting, B Narayanan, Head of Office, ROB, Imphal, Dr A Ibomcha Sharma and official among others.

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