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Republic Day 2023 Live Updates: Kartvaya Path sees amazing blend of military prowess and cultural diversity

Republic Day 2023 Live Updates: Jai Hind! Today the country is celebrating 74th Republic Day. President Droupadi Murmu will lead the country in celebrating Republic Day. This is the first time that an Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has been invited to the ceremony. The invitation also commemorates 75 years of diplomatic relations between Cairo and New Delhi. The Egyptian Army is expected to send a contingent of 180 soldiers to the parade.

President Draupadi Murmu will unfurl the tricolor flag in a short while. After this, the first parade will be held on the Kartavya path (earlier Rajpath and Kingsway). Indigenous military might will be displayed in the parade. Along with this, cultural diversity will also be showcased in the tableaux of different states. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi will be the chief guest at the parade.

The Republic Day Parade will begin at around 10:30 am. Around 65,000 people will watch the parade. Around 6,000 personnel have been deployed for the security of the parade, which includes paramilitary forces and NSG apart from Delhi Police. The Kartavya path will be monitored with around 150 CCTV cameras.

Republic Day 2023 Live Updates…

The Republic Day 2023 big parade at Kartavya Path was noteworthy for India since the participants pushed the theme of ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ by displaying indigenously developed armed systems.

Haryana’s tableau featured a design based on the Bhagavad Gita. The tableau depicts Lord Krishna serving as Arjuna’s charioteer and imparting the knowledge of the Gita to him. The patterns on the sides of the trailer depict various scenes from the battle of Mahabharata.

The tableau of the Central Armed Police Forces at the 74th Republic Day Parade showcased ‘Women Power’.

The three-day Deepotsav celebrated in Ayodhya was shown in the tableau of Uttar Pradesh in the Republic Day parade.

  • Corbett National Park and Jageshwar Dham of Almora were depicted in the tableau of Uttarakhand.
  • Assam’s tableau showed Ahom warrior Lachit Borphukan on a boat and a view of Maa Kamakhya temple.
  • The tableau of Andhra Pradesh depicts ‘Prabhala Teertham’, the festival of farmers during Makar Sankranti at the Republic Day parade.
  • NCC boys and girls contingents also marched on the path of duty on Republic Day.
    President Murmu took the salute from the all-women Central Reserve Police Force contingent at the Republic Day parade.
  • A naval contingent of 144 young sailors led by Lieutenant Commander Disha Amrit marched on duty as Contingent Commanders. For the first time in history, 3 women and 6 men Agniveers participated in the marching contingent.
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The Egyptian army also joined the parade on duty. A combined band and marching contingent of the Egyptian Armed Forces, led by Colonel Mahmoud Mohamed Abdel Fattah El Kharasawy, joined the parade.

President Draupadi Murmu took the salute from Lieutenant Siddharth Tyagi, who commanded the Nag Missile System of the 17 Mechanized Infantry Regiment.
President Draupadi Murmu took the salute of the parade on the duty path. During this, a salute of 21 guns was also given.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday extended greetings to the nation on the occasion of the 74th Republic Day.
“We wish to move ahead unitedly to make the dreams of the great freedom fighters of the country come true.” “Many wishes for Republic Day.

The Australian PM has greeted the people of India on Republic Day. He said that this day is a moment to honor the rich culture and impressive achievements of modern India. It is an occasion for all people of Indian heritage to unite around their shared love for India and shared belief in its future… I extend my best wishes to all those celebrating Republic Day.

  • Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi hoists the tricolor in the presence of CM MK Stalin on 74th Republic Day in Chennai.
  • Telangana Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan unfurls the national flag on the 74th Republic Day in Hyderabad.
  • Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot hoists the tricolor at the CM House in Jaipur on Republic Day.
  • Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla paid tribute to the person who made a significant contribution in the independence of the country and who made an important contribution in the making of the inspiring and guiding constitution. He said, I also congratulate those personalities who are actively participating in nation building by strengthening the spirit of the Constitution.
  • On the occasion of 74th Republic Day, BJP President JP Nadda said that our democracy is becoming progressive. “I bow to all the great personalities dedicated to our unity, integrity and sovereignty,” he said.
  • Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, “In a republic, the people and the rule of the people is the most important thing. Our freedom fighters have sacrificed a lot for the establishment of republic in India. Now it is everyone’s responsibility. We have to strengthen our republic.
  • General Anil Chauhan, Chief of Defense Staff and all ranks of the Indian Defense Services extended greetings and good wishes to the citizens on the occasion of 74th Republic Day.
  • Salute will be given from indigenous cannon for the first time
  • President Draupadi Murmu will unfurl the national flag for the first time amid the tune of National Anthem after flag hoisting a 21-gun salute will be given for the first time by indigenous Indian field guns. Indian field guns will replace the old 25 pounder gun, which reflects the growing ‘self-reliance’ in the defense sector. 4 MI-17 1V/V5 helicopters of 105 Helicopter Unit will shower flowers on the Kartavya path.
  • The parade will begin with President Draupadi Murmu taking the salute. The parade will be commanded by the Commander, Lt Gen Dheeraj Seth, Ati Vishisht Seva Medal, second generation Army officer.
  • Workers will sit in the first row on the Kartavya path

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