New Delhi: The central government has asked the states to invite ‘Covid warriors’ like doctors, health workers, sanitation workers and some people who have recovered from the pandemic to celebrate Independence Day at state, district, block and panchayat levels. do it.
Corona warriors will be honored in Independence Day celebrations
The Union Home Ministry, in a letter to the states, said that gatherings of people in large numbers should be avoided and technology should be used as far as possible to celebrate the Independence Day celebrations. This is the second year in a row that the central government has suggested states to honor Covid warriors.
The Ministry of Home Affairs on Tuesday wrote to all states and union territories advising them to invite COVID-19 warriors like doctors, health workers and sanitation workers and some persons who have recovered from the virus attack on the occasion of Independence Day. Is.
Independence Day will be celebrated on the theme of ‘Self-reliant India’
The Ministry of Home Affairs says that this year’s Independence Day should be celebrated through the theme of ‘Self-reliant India’. For this, the theme of ‘Self-reliant India’ should be spread and publicized suitably among the public through various activities or messages on celebrations and on social media. For this, the ministry has advised to use digital and social media platforms in a letter sent to all chief secretaries and administrators of union territories.
The Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare says that according to the rules issued during the Corona period, the programs organized for Independence Day can be web-cast so that mass can reach those who are not able to participate.