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75th Year of Independence: Yogi Government Declares No Holiday in UP

According to reports, there will be a one-week Independence day celebration starting from August 11 till 17

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INDIA. Uttar Pradesh: CM Yogi Adityanath has made a crucial decision on the occasion of the 75th Independence Day. This year, no school, college, university, government, or non-government offices will remain open, and even the markets will be kept open.

This decision has been made under Amrit Mahotsav, this time a cleanliness program will be organized at all the schools and institutions. Chief Secretary D.S. Mishra said, this Mahotsav generally happens when Diwali is around the corner, but this year it will happen on Independence Day, 2022. According to reports, there will be a one-week Independence day celebration starting from August 11 till 17.

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Chief Secretary Mishra in a statement says, “Programmes should be held at places linked with freedom fighters. Each day of the week during Independence Day week should have a different program. Independence Day celebrations should not be reduced to just an official program. People should participate in it. People from all walks of life like social organizations, public representatives, NCC and NSO cadets, and trade organisations should be linked with it.”

This year, India will complete its 75th year of Independence, and the Modi government will celebrate this day with a cleanliness drive. Instructions have also been given to all the states . Tiranga campaign is also being run at every house in Kashmir. The government started many other drives across the country, making corona booster doses free for the next 75 days from today.

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As per media reports, CM Yogi shared the need to connect the people with the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ program. He also inspired people to post selfies with the Indian tricolor on their Social media handles. as part of the celebrations. This will motivate everyone to take part and celebrate the day with equal amounts of respect and pride.

Also Read: Indian Government Celebrates 75th Independence Day with 75 Days of Free COVID-19 Precaution Dose

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