Meghalaya: Exhibition on celebrating 75 years of India's Independence held in Tura
As part of the celebration of 75 Years of India’s Independence, an exhibition was held in Rongkhon, Tura, on March 31, at the female health workers training school auditorium.
The six-day programme was organised by the Field Outreach Bureau, Tura and Regional Outreach Bureau, Shillong, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.
Speaking as the chief guest, the Deputy Commissioner, West Garo Hills, Ram Singh highlighted the contributions and sacrifices of the then freedom fighters for India’s Independence and said that "on this special occasion, we should remember their contribution and pay befitting tribute to all the freedom fighters of the nation because it is with their sacrifice that the nation can enjoy freedom in the country".
He also suggested that students are advised to learn about the life and history of each freedom fighters of the nation, including our own from the state like Togan Nengminza, U Kiang Nongbah and U Tirot Sing, which can be recited during the school assembly.
The principal, teachers and students of the Female Health Workers Training School, Rongkhon, Tura were among others who attended the function.
(Edited by Ladiangti Rani)