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‘Meri Mati Mera Desh’ initiative gathers momentum: Soil collection commences in Agartala MC


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, August 09: The ‘Meri Mati Mera Desh’ initiative, encapsulating the essence of honoring soil and fostering a sense of unity, saw significant progress as soil collection commenced across various wards of the Agartala Municipal Corporation on Wednesday. Pursuant to the program’s objectives, earthen pitchers were carefully filled with soil from each ward, symbolizing a deep connection with the land.

Subsequently, councilors representing their respective wards tendered these earthen pitchers to Deepak Majumder, the Mayor of the Agartala Municipal Corporation. Mayor Majumder elaborated that these pitchers, laden with the significance of ‘Meri Mati Mera Desh’, would be ceremoniously transported to Delhi on August 24.

Embracing the motto of “Meri Mati Mera Desh,” the overarching goal of the ‘Mitri Ko Naman Veero Ka Bandhan’ initiative is to evoke a sense of state consciousness among individuals from all walks of life. The program seeks to celebrate the intrinsic connection people share with their homeland.

Mayor Dipak Majumder emphasized the collective effort undertaken to collect soil from various wards of the corporation, underscoring the significance of unity and participation. Notably, the presence of common residents from each ward significantly marked the soil collection drive, reflecting a groundswell of support and enthusiasm for the initiative.

As the initiative gains traction and garners community involvement, the gesture of collecting soil from each ward resonates with the deep-rooted sentiment of love for the land and the aspiration to forge a collective identity as proud citizens of the nation.

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