LUMDING: In a celebration of the 127th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, the town of Lumding came alive with a massive rally led by enthusiastic school students on Tuesday, January 23. The occasion, echoing sentiments shared across the globe, witnessed a spirited display of unity, respect, and commemoration.
The event, held at Kalibari in Lumding, drew a diverse crowd, with Lumding MLA Sibi Mishra gracing the occasion with his presence. The MLA paid heartfelt tribute to the revered leader, whose legacy inspires generations.
The heartbeat of the celebration was undoubtedly the grand rally orchestrated by the school students. Their infectious energy and passion permeated the air as they marched through the streets, carrying banners, placards, and symbols of the leader's enduring influence.
Joining hands with the students, members of the Scouts and Guides and the National Cadet Corps (NCC) added a touch of discipline and order to the procession. The presence of these disciplined groups not only highlighted the importance of the occasion but also showcased the unity and commitment of the younger generation towards honoring their historical figures.
The procession, weaving through the heart of Lumding, became a symbol of community cohesion. Residents and members of the general public lined the streets, offering their salutations to the leader whose principles have left an indelible mark on the fabric of the town.
Lumding MLA Sibi Mishra, in his address at Kalibari, expressed admiration for the communal spirit displayed by the participants. He emphasized the importance of remembering and honoring the contributions of leaders whose visions continue to guide the path of progress and unity.
The Scouts and Guides, as well as NCC members, actively participated in the event, showcasing their commitment to service and duty. Their disciplined formations added a sense of solemnity to the celebratory atmosphere, underlining the significance of the occasion.