The ‘Iconic Week’ comes to an end

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‘Iconic Week’- the extended festival of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has found some conclusion yesterday. The festivals which started on 23rd August saw active cooperation by all Media Units of the Ministry.

The most remarkable element of the week was the initiation of the e-Photo presentation “Making of the Constitution” and virtual banner show “[email protected]” by Union Minister Shri Anurag Singh Thakur alongside Union Ministers Shri G. Kishan Reddy, Shri Arjun Ram Meghwal, Dr. L. Murugan and Smt Meenakshi Lekhi.

During the week Doordarshan network showcased a series of documentaries, for example, “Netaji”, “Merger of princely states”, and so on Well-known Indian movies, for example, “Razi” were likewise broadcast. NFDC coordinated a film celebration on its OTT stage www.cinemasofindia.com screening a uniquely curated bunch of movies, for example, “Island City “, “crossing Bridges”, and so on.

Provincial News Units of DD and AIR circulated unique stories on freedom fighters, sports, and occasions critical as a component of their day-by-day releases and as exceptional projects. A few Community Radio Stations too contributed and circulated extraordinary projects. Different perspectives were featured in these projects including the extraordinary commitment, fearlessness, devotion, sacrifices of freedom fighters, and overlooked yet truly great individuals of the opportunity battle.

The Regional Outreach Bureaus of Bureau of Outreach and Communication held nukkad nataks skits, magic shows, puppetry, through different Integrated Communication and Outreach Programs and over 1000 PRTs by Song and Drama Division the nation over. Opportunity strolls were coordinated in association with Nehru Yuva Kendra and NSS Units in States.

The Minister of State for I&B Dr. L. Murugan introduced a presentation on freedom fighters coordinated by ROB in Bengaluru. On a comparable occasion in Bikaner, Union Minister of State Shri Arjun Ram Meghwal initiated a show coordinated by ROB Rajasthan.

The local units of the Press Information Bureau held online classes on different subjects the nation over. These themes were chosen to feature the commitment of heroes from the States during the freedom battle. In a striking turn of events, Nonagenarian Freedom Fighter Rohini Gavankar tends to PIB Mumbai Webinar on Role of Mumbai in Freedom Movement. The online course by Bhubaneswar local unit.

The Iconic Week was fixated on the possibility of Jan-Bhandari, i.e., cooperation of people. The target of this was to make Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav a people groups’ development rather than it being a government-driven program.

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