These days every Indian is proud of being a Republic. The same can be traced in the hearts of nation’s progress in schools and universities, wherein various patriotic programmes are being organized celebrating the very national occasion. In this regard, the YUVA chapter of the capital’s Jamia Millia Islamia organised a Tiranga March just a day before Republic Day. With a good number of students, it started from the middle of the university’s Gulistan-e-Ghalib, which carried out throughout the campus.
Holding flags in hands, every soul filled with a sense of affection and dedication towards the motherland, the students with full enthusiasm and hailing the Bharat Mata, extended greetings of peace, brotherhood and national unity. At the same time, all of them recalled the unwearying efforts & bravery of the freedom fighters in liberating the country from the jaws of the brutal colonial rule and chanted their immortality. Touched by the hard doings and supreme sacrifices laid by the armed forces in upholding the tricolour and safeguarding the nation’s sovereignty, the students praised them as ‘warriors’ and felt proud for them. Over this, one of the marching participant, Keshav Dahiya said, “We are highly grateful to these heroic children of the country, due to whom we sleep peacefully at night.”
The students finished the programme with the National Anthem, after which they hoisted the flag on the rooftop of the central canteen and elsewhere within the Jamia campus. On the successful organising of the march, Jatin Jain, member of YUVA JMI said that nationalism has always remained heightened over all kinds of regionalism, casteism, communalism, racism and other issues, which inspire the nation’s cordiality and upliftment where everyone has a partnership.
(YUVA JMI Correspondent)