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Victory March to give tribute to the Martyrs

Victory March to give tribute to the Martyrs

For the first time Vadodara is witnessing a great event called the Victory March on 16th December 2016 to honour the Martyrs who sacrifice their lives for the nation.

The march to boost the moral of the brave Indian soldiers guarding the frontiers. Organised by the Chhatra Sansad the event is first of its kind where every participant will carry aTiranga and give the message to the soldiers that they are not alone.

The Victory march is an initiative taken by Chhatra Sansad with the support of Sujal Charitable trust to honour the armed forces and pay homage to the martyrs as ”Viranjali” to remark the occasion of Victory of 1971 lndo-Pak war. The Victory march will be flagged off at 17:30hours from Navlakhi Ground (Opposite to Tibetan market) by Rajendra Trivedi (Hon. Youth & Cultural Minister Government of Gujarat) jointly with the other dignitaries.


Nearly 80 ExServicemen in uniform, 50 Police officers in uniform, 250 NCC cadets 100 Divyang, 500 Tibetans, North-Eastern students; students from various schools and colleges, Various religious groups, Ganesh Mandals,Uriions, associations, councils, more than 35 organizations/ NGOs and 40 bike riders will walk for the heroes including the

Citizens in a huge number. Bands from schools and Nashik Dhol will boost up the victorious atmosphere on the route.

Religious leaders including Vrajrajkumarji, Dwarkeshlalji, Suchetan Swami, Nikhileshwaranandji, Sikh Guru and Muslim Christian religious heads will lead the march with other prominent civil leaders and bureaucrats holding a “mashaal” which is a symbol of courage shown by our brave armed forces for our motherland.


The march will start from Navlakhi Ground and will further move on to Kothi cross road Raopura Tower corss road Amdavadi pole Gandhinagar Gruh Veer Shaheed Bhagat Singh Chowk Khanderao Market Kirti stambh Rajmahal Main Gate and will end up at Navlakhi Ground.

The march will be welcomed throughout the route by honouring the lndian National flag (In an open Jeep) as for the pride of our National flag, the soldiers have sacrificed their lives. There will be 4 on route stages to welcome the Victory march and honour the lndian National flag at Kothi Cross road, Amdavadi pole, Bhagat Singh Chowk and Khanderao market.

After the march there is a free musical concert ”Swaranjali” dedicated to the brave martyrs by singers Atulbhai Purohit and Bhoomi Trivedi who will pay a tribute to lndian armed forces and create a spirit of patriotism with their melodious voice. As Chhatra Sansad is initiating this Victory march, a platform to the upcoming talent of the city will be provided to offer ”Swaranjali” the same evening.

The entry is free for everyone and all the donations prior to this event will go directly to the Army Welfare Fund.

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