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Akhand Bharat Sankalp Diwas observed in Manipur

WebdeskAug 18, 2021, 01:44 PM IST

Akhand Bharat Sankalp Diwas observed in Manipur

                                                                                                                                                             W Rorrkychand Singh

 

Dr. Bhabeswar spoke in detail about the pilgrimage sites, places of worship and historical locations of India. 

 

Imphal: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Manipur unit has organized Akhand Bharat Sankalp Diwas on Saturday the 14th of August 2021 at Nagmapal office of Seva Bharati Manipur, Imphal.

 

Deputy Director of Technical Education Dr. Bhabeswar Tongbram, North East Media Co-Ordinator Dr. Sunil Mohanty, and National Vice- President, National Medicos Organisation, Prof. Th. Naranbabu Singh were the Guest of Honour, Chief Guest and President, respectively, at the function.

 

Dr. Sunil Mohanty stated that the vast nation of Bharat was divided into two countries on this day. There are fresh hopes of amalgamating all segregated regions and bringing them together again, he stated. Some sections may regard it as an unattainable dream, but history is proof that it is possible. The unification of Germany, Vietnam, and others are living proofs. Therefore, let us take a pledge to bring together the countries that have been functioning as separate nations for some time and create a powerful nation, he said.

 

Dr. Bhabeswar spoke in detail about the pilgrimage sites, places of worship and historical locations of India.

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