Independence Day

New Delhi:

76th Independence Day: Today India is celebrating 76th Independence Day with great pomp.

On this occasion, many big events will be held all over the country and at the same time the tricolor will be hoisted.

PM Modi has congratulated the country on the 76th Independence.

PM Modi will address the countrymen after hoisting the flag at the Red Fort at 7.30 am.

Important information related to the case:

  • Today the whole country is immersed in the celebration of independence.

    Everyone is celebrating Independence Day with enthusiasm and enthusiasm.

    The whole of India is decorated with the colors of the tricolor.

    PM Narendra Modi will unfurl the national flag from the ramparts of the Red Fort. 

  • This year's celebration on August 15 is special as it is happening on the 75th anniversary of India's independence and the government is starting many programs on this occasion.

  • The PM will first reach Raj Ghat in the morning.

    Where he will pay homage to the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi.

    On reaching the Red Fort, the Prime Minister will be received by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Minister of State for Defense Shri Ajay Bhatt and Defense Secretary Dr. Ajay Kumar. 

  • After this PM Narendra Modi will leave for Red Fort.

    Wherever along with waving the flag, he will also address the country.

    During this, many dignitaries will be present there.

  • Various monuments of the country have also been decorated in the light of the tricolor.

    People in every state of the country are celebrating the festival of independence in their own way.

  • Great preparations have been made across the country to celebrate this festival of independence.

    Meanwhile, the fear of terrorists has started to haunt.

    Therefore, as a precaution, intelligence agencies have issued a high alert of a terrorist attack in Delhi.

  • About 1,000 cameras will be used for security in the capital.

    These cameras will be installed by the North, Central and New Delhi district units of the city police.

  • On the occasion of Independence Day, elaborate security arrangements have been made till Jammu and Kashmir.

    From cameras with facial recognition system to multi-level security arrangements have been made at the entrances of the Red Fort.

  • Along with this, more than 400 kite-flyers and kite catchers have been deployed on the roofs of buildings and at sensitive places in the vicinity of the fort.

  • Apart from this, an area of ​​five kilometers from the Red Fort has been declared as a 'no kite zone' (prohibition of kite flying) till the celebrations are over.