PM Narendra Modi greets nation on 72nd Republic Day
26-01-2021 Tue 09:08
Every corner of the nation is immersed in 72nd Republic Day celebrations following COVID-19 guidelines. On the occasion of Republic Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted every citizen. He took to Twitter and tweeted as "Wishing all the people of India a Happy #RepublicDay. Jai Hind!"
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Republic Day celebrations shortened and it will start at 9 am and will conclude at 11:25. As per sources, the parade will have a shorter route and no children under 15 years are not allowed. Only fewer spectators, soldiers in the Army and Navy contingents are taking part in the parade.
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