Several competitions organized in Khunti on the occasion of Tribal Pride Day

Khunti: On the occasion of the Birth Anniversary of Bhagwan Birsa Munda and Tribal Pride Day the Central Bureau of Communications Regional Office, Ranchi organised painting and essay competitions on the topics of ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’, ‘Brave Freedom Fighters of Jharkhand’, ‘Tribal Pride Day’ in Khunti District KSS Plus Two High School and Girls High School Khunti. 

On this occasion, the Principal of SS High School Anima Tirkey, Usha Devi, Seema Latika Topo, Radha Kumari, etc were present. Girls High School, Khunti’s Sister Shanti Bela Lakda, and Sister Sonamuni were present.

In his address, Regional Publicity Assistant Officer Raj Kishore Paswan said that by making an important contribution to the independence of the country and sacrificing his life Bhagwan Birsa Munda immortalized the soil of Khunti and became known as a great revolutionary throughout the country.

He said that the Government of India under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has celebrated the birth anniversary of Bhagwan Birsa Munda on November 15 as “Tribal Pride Day”.

In this sequence, this special program is being organized by the Central Bureau of Communications, Regional Office, Ranchi. Competitions were organized for the pre-program, under which the first Rangoli essay and drawing competition was organized, in which the participants gave a message on the topic ‘Brave Freedom Fighter of Jharkhand’ through attractive artwork. Instructional paintings related to tribal culture and pride were also made during this period.

After that essay competition was organized in which a large number of girl students participated. Separately a five-day multimedia exhibition will be inaugurated on November 15 by the Central Bureau of Communications, Regional Office, Ranchi, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India at the Birsa Munda College campus Khunti by Union Minister for Tribal Affairs Arjun Munda.

The exhibition will also highlight various tribal freedom fighters like Shaheed Budhu Bhagat, Sidhu-Kanhu, Nilambar-Pitamber, Sheikh Bhikhari, Telanga Khadiya, Phulo Jahno, Tikait Umrao Singh along with Bhagwan Birsa Munda.

Along with this, a photo exhibition on the biography of Bhagwan Birsa Munda will be organized by the Central Bureau of Communications, Regional Office, Ranchi, at Ulihatu, Khunti, the ancestral home of Bhagwan Birsa Munda.

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