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Stress laid on true realization of justice and equality to achieve goal of Indian democracy

Fireflies Foundation, a social organization of a galaxy of energetic youths of Lakhimpur rendering services for helping needy individuals and communities

Indian democracy

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  17 Aug 2021 4:51 AM GMT

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LAKHIMPUR: Fireflies Foundation, a social organization of a galaxy of energetic youths of Lakhimpur rendering services for helping needy individuals and communities, augmenting agricultural income, promoting health care and sanitation, observed the 75th Independence Day by organizing unique programme in the auditorium of Dibyajyoti Moina Parijat of North Lakhimpur town. Notably, the organization is also fighting hunger by undertaking effective programmes in the time of calamity and disaster in addition to improving digital literacy, preserving and promoting indigenous culture by community development programmes.

The agenda of the programme began with the hoisting of National Flag by Fireflies Foundation president Parishmita Gogoi. It was followed by a public meeting held under the management of secretary Dulu Saikia. He also explained the objective of the programme. It was chaired by Dibyajyoti Moina Parijat working president Dilip Baruah while social activist, teacher Mahajyoti Sarmah inaugurated the programme. Writer-cum-journalist Ranjit Kakati took part in the event as appointed speaker. He delivered his lecture on the Ideals of Indian Constitution and Indian Democracy in addition to explaining the significance of the Independence Day. "The Constitution is the supreme law and it helps to maintain integrity in the society and to promote unity among the citizens to build India a great, welfare nation. The main objective of the Indian Constitution is to promote harmony throughout the nation", stated Ranjit Kakati. In this context, he laid stress on the realization of social, political and economic justice, right to equality in the true sense among all, irrespective their age and gender, caste and creed, so that the nation could achieve its goal as per the ideals of the Constitution.

Educationist Parishmita Bharadwaz attended the event as the guest of honour. 'Moina' of Dibyajyoti Moina Parijat, Chirasmita Phukan, and Abhishruti Sanjib recited patriotic poems in addition to presenting dance item in patriotic numbers.

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