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Chief Minister flags off Manipur Chapter of Purvottar Bharat Parikrama

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Apr 4:

Chief Minister N. Biren Singh today flagged off the Manipur Chapter of the Purvottar Bharat Parikrama from the Western Gate of Kangla.
Speaking to media persons on the sideline, the Chief Minister said the idea of the rally is to bring coordination, love, understanding and unity among the States of the North eastern region.
Highlighting efforts under the Prime Minister towards achieving a united India under the Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat mission, the Chief Minister said students from different parts of the country are visiting the State and at the same time students from the State are visiting other parts of the country to connect the youths across the country and bring them closer to one another.
N. Biren further lauded the Indian Army for organising the car rally for the North Eastern States and said this will help in bringing a United India and United North East.
As part of the ceremony, Chief Minister N. Biren Singh also presented school bags made from recycled Army Uniforms and books to the students of Iroishemba Upper Primary School.
The Purvottar Bharat Parikrama North East Car Rally is organised by the Eastern Command as part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav commemorating 75 years of Independence.
The rally will drive through all the eight States of the North East, with the theme being connecting the eight States and paying homage to the freedom fighters of the region.
The car rally has one SUV representing one State each, wherein the rally is traversing through and two SUVs representing the Indian Army. It was flagged off on March 22 on the eve of Saheedi Diwas 2023 from Kolkatta.
It has the objective to celebrate the spirit of Independent India, national integration and to build an inclusive mindset in the local youth, among other objectives.

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