The Airports Authority of India celebrated the 76th Independence Day with patriotic fervor and zeal and expressed its commitment to the growth of airport infrastructure in the country.
Chairman of the Airports Authority of India, Sanjeev Kumar hoisted the national flag at the Delhi Air Traffic Services complex at IGI airport in the presence of senior officials and other staff.
A joint team of firefighters and CISF staff provided the honor guard.
The President highlighted future plans to expand airport infrastructure and improve air connectivity in the country.
Sanjeev Kumar, Chairman of the Airports Authority of India, said: “As a citizen, I am very proud of our achievement in 75 years. As President of AAI, I feel very privileged and proud that we are contributing to the growth of this country. “.
“We need to invest a lot in building new airports, expanding new airports and also improving and adding many airside facilities, increasing ATC strength and equipment,” he added.
The Airports Authority of India celebrates ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav’ at all its airports by hoisting the national flag as part of the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign. Many airports were also seen adorned with special tricolor decorative lighting to the delight of their guests.
Rangoli and balloon decorations were also seen at airports to mark the occasion of Independence Day.
Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his address to the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort on Independence Day, said India’s ‘techade’ was there as the government focused on technologies such as 5G, semiconductor manufacturing and fiber optic cables.
These technologies, Prime Minister Modi said, will bring about a revolution at the grassroots level. Red Fort.
He said the country’s flagship movement, Digital India, with the production of semiconductors, 5G networks and fiber optic networks, is showing strength especially in three sectors – education, healthcare facilities and the change in the life of the ordinary man.
Prime Minister Modi also said that cooperative competitive federalism is the need of the hour and there should be a healthy spirit of competition between states while making progress in different sectors.
“The need of the hour is cooperative competitive federalism. That there is a healthy spirit of competition among states to advance in different sectors,” Prime Minister Modi said.
“The need of the hour is cooperative competitive federalism. That there is a healthy spirit of competition among states to advance in different sectors,” he said.
Later in his speech, Modi said there had been a revival of collective consciousness across the country, especially among Indians who yearn to realize their dreams.
“This Amrit Kaal has brought a great opportunity to fulfill the dreams of our ambitious society. We have witnessed that there has been a revival of collective consciousness across the country. These aspirations are now being realized. This collective consciousness is very precious to us,” Prime Minister Modi said of the ambitious Indians.
Furthermore, he called on the people of India to take “panch pran” (five promises) for a developed nation and aim to realize the dreams of freedom fighters by 2047 – the 100th year of India’s independence. India.
The first commitment, he said, was to move forward with greater resolutions and the resolution of India developed. The second was to erase all traces of servitude.
“Even if we see the smallest things of bondage, inside us or near us, we have to get rid of them,” he said.
The third is to be proud of our heritage, and the fourth is the strength of unity for India’s dreams of “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat”.
Finally, the fifth concerns the duties of citizens, which also includes the Prime Minister and Chief Ministers.
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