Constitution Is The Holiest Book Of India: DY CM Jishnu Debbarman

Agartala: Tripura Deputy Chief Minister Jishnu Debbarman on 73rd Republic Day said that the constitution of India is deeply rooted in the teaching of old practices of Rishi-Muni. Today he has hoisted flag in Bishalgarh.

The DY Chief Minister also mentioned that, "The constitution is the holiest book of this country. Some may claim that Indian constitution was made out of many constitution. But the sovereignity, secularism and equality all the components of Constitution were there in since ancient time. The great saints of the nation said so."

The 73rd republic day of the country was celebrated with much gaiety and enthusiasm across Tripura today with the main official programme being held in the Assam Rifles ground along with the rest of the country. It was around 9-00 AM that the governor Satyadeb Narain Arya formally accept the salute of securitymen who paraded past the dais  in the Assam Rifles ground with chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb, his consort Niti Deb and union minister of state for social justice and empowerment Pratima Bhowmik seated on the dais. The crowd attending the programme was much less than usual on account of Covid restrictions imposed earlier.

In his speech the governor Satyadeo Narain Arya appreciated the works being done by the state government over the past four years, asserting that the state has made rapid progress in all sectors under the incumbent government. He said that a new Tripura is being built and this has drawn the attention of the country as the state is emerging as a 'model state' for which the incumbent government is working hard. He referred to the newly built airport terminal , construction of highways and implementation of 'Vidyajyoti scheme' as well as 'Light House' projects as landmarks of development. The governor also predicted that Agartala will emerge as a smart city and facilities for water supply and electric connection to every household in the state will be provided.