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Pledge taken on Meri Maati Mera Desh at Kumbakonam

Central Bureau of Communication Field Office Tiruchirapalli under Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting took pledge on Meri Maati Mera Desh  as part of Integrated Communication Outreach Programme at Idhaya College for Women Kumbakonam, on August 9, Wednesday.

Field Publicity Officer Tiruchirapalli Mr. K Devi Padmanabhan in his key note address said that from August 9 Meri Maati Mera Desh campaign is being organised all over the country as part of honouring freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for Independence. He pointed out that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in his Mann Ki Baat address in All India Radio had announced Meri Maati Mera desh campaign. This will include Panch Pran pledge to make India developed and self-reliant by 2047, remove trace of colonial mindset, celebrate our rich heritage, strengthen unity, and perform duties as citizen.  He spoke about Azadi ka Amrut mahotsav and unsung heroes of freedom struggle who fought for nation’s freedom. 

Dr Eugin Amala Principal Idhaya College for Women Kumbakonam urged students to utilise  information on government welfare schemes and urged students to garner knowledge. Principal urged students to get information which will be useful to face competitive exams in future.

Ms. T Jaigeetha Ravi Newsreader All India Radio Tiruchirapalli spoke about significance of Prime Minister’s call for remembering freedom fighters in his Mann Ki Baat speech in All India radio. She spoke about importance of radio as a medium to reach common man and convey the message of Prime Minister to public. She urged students to be self confident and face situations with boldness. 

Mr. Punitha Raj newsreader All India Radio Tiruchirapalli gave practical sessions of reading news and spoke about importance of disseminating factual news. He spoke about informing public about latest government welfare schemes. 

In the afternoon session Dr V Sukumaran, Professor Kunthavai Natchiyar Government College Thanjavur and State Vice President Tamil Nadu Science Forum addressed the gathering on plastc usage prevention. He spoke about importance of safeguarding environment to secure our future and spoke about imbibing scientific temper on youth.

Field Publicity Assistant Thanjavur Mr. K Ravindran welcomed the gathering and coordinated the event. Field Publicity Assistant Vellore Mr. M Jayaganesh rendered Vote of thanks.

Meri Maati Mera Desh Panch Praan pledge was taken as part of the campaign. Pamphlets and notices on government welfare schemes were distributed. Prizes were given to students who won competition. Cloth bags were distributed to create awareness about prevention of using plastic. 

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