Amit Shah launches Amrit Kalash Yatra under ‘Meri Mati-Mera Desh campaing

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday launched the Amrit Kalash Yatra under the ‘Meri Mati-Mera Desh’ campaign in New Delhi.

In his address, Shah said that today’s event is somewhat like an evening, as it is happening at a time when India has completed 75 years of Independence. He said that the upcoming Amritkal and “Sankalp Se Siddhi” will put India at the forefront in every field globally by August 15, 2047, the Ministry of Culture communiqué said.

Shah said that the idea behind this programme is that every individual, family, citizen, and child should connect emotionally with the idea of creation of great India. He said that from September 1 to 30, every household, ward, and village will collect the ‘Mitti’ or grains in a pot, following it up from October 1 to 13, at the block and later from October 22 to 27, at state level, and finally, from October 28 to 30, these 7,500 pots will reach New Delhi, the capital of the country.

Shah said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will put soil from these Amrit Kalash in the Amrit Vatika created at Delhi in honour of our great veers, which will keep on reminding every citizen that we must make India great during the period of Amritkal, it said.

The Union Minister said the Meri Mati-Mera Desh programme expresses its meaning through its name itself. He said, “Now we are living in Independent India, and for this, millions have made sacrifices.”

Under these progarmmes inscription have been installed in every village of the country, crores of citizens have taken the pledge of ‘Panch Pran’ which will pave the way to make India great, 75 trees have been planted in the celebration of Amrit Mahotsav under the Vasudha Vandan programme and honouring the heroes and hoisting the national flag has been done, it added.

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