IMPHAL, Sept 18: Union minister of state for heavy industries & public enterprises Babul Supriyo inaugurated two day exhibition -cum- seminar on ‘Naya Bharat –Hum Karke Rahenge’ and pledged and resolved for a new India during a function in Imphal on Monday.
The union minister administered Sankalp Se Siddhi (New India Pledge) to make the country- free of corruption, free of poverty, free of filth, free of communalism, free of terrorism and free of caste ism along with the deputy commissioner Th Chitra Devi of Imphal East district and chairman L Mahendra Singh of Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur. The pledge was followed by National Anthem.
The function was also attended by deputy secretary Suman Bara of parliamentary affairs, director Meghachandra Kongbam of state information department, field exhibition officer Premlata Loitam of DAVP, chief manager Kashyap Joshipura of ONGC and many students and teachers from various Institutions among others.
The focus of the exhibitions was on India’s freedom movement from 1857 to 1947 showing the various activities initiated to attain the freedom from the British rule. Besides, the period of five years (1942 to 1947) which would reflect to show how the movement of India’s struggle for freedom transformed the entire country into one to fight for the freedom from the British Rule and in the end, the vision of new India from 2017 to 2022 will also be showcased.
The programme is being organized with the purpose of spreading Prime Minister’s message amongst the people of the country to help in achieving the vision of New India, according to the organisers.