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New Delhi – India will become celebrate to one more year of festivity of its autonomy. Tomorrow is the 74th Independence Day and the kinsmen are prepared to celebrate to the fullest even notwithstanding the coronavirus pandemic.
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India will become celibate to one more year of festivity of its freedom. Tomorrow is the 74th Independence Day and the compatriots are prepared to cheer to the fullest even notwithstanding the coronavirus pandemic. Different festivals the nation over will be held with social separating standards, particularly at the Red Fort, from where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the country.
The Red Fort occasion
It will be for the seventh time when Modi will address the country from the defenses of Red Fort on Indipendece-Day festivities. It will be his second discourse of the second term in office. Around 4,000 security faculty will be sent at the Mughal- structure. More than 350 Delhi Police faculty, who will be a piece of the guard of honour, respect, have been isolated as a prudent step. The occasion will comprise of a guard of honour, of respect by the military and the Delhi Police to the leader, spreading out of the national banner and discharging of the 21-weapon salute, the executive’s location, singing of the national song of praise following his discourse and arrival of tricoloured balloons.