Itanagar (Arunachal Pradesh) , September 3 : Capital Complex Deputy Commissioner Prince Dhawan inaugurated the 'Naya Bharat Hum Karke Rahenge' multimedia exhibition at Banquet Hall, Itanagar on Saturday.
Speaking as the Chief Guest, the Deputy Commissioner said that it is the dream of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to see a new India which is free of garbage, poverty, corruption, terrorism, casteism and communalism by 2022.

He also appealed everyone to contribute their share in making this dream into a reality.

The Deputy Commissioner urged everyone to follow the pledge of new India- 'Sankalp se Siddhi' in letter and spirit.

Terming education as the biggest equalizer in the society, he urged the students to study hard and set an example for rest to follow so that they can give back something to the society.

The Deputy Commissioner also urged the students to take utilization of advancement in technology like the smart class room facilities, start up etc.

S K Rai General Manager (HSE and Coordination) and Ashit Kumar Baruah General Manager Projects Oil India Limited attended as the Guests of Honour.

They also highlighted the importance of the vision of the New India and the motive of the exhibition.

The two-day exhibition is being organized by the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, GoI and Oil India Limited under Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, GoI and designed by Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity (DAVP) under Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, GoI.

The exhibition is based on 'Sankalp Se Siddhi'- Prime Ministers vision of building a 'New India' by freeing India of garbage, poverty, corruption, terrorism, casein and communalism by 2022.

The motive of the exhibition is to provide information about the flagship programmes of Govt. Of India like Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Digital India, Beti Bachao- Beti Padao, smart cities and initiatives like Goods and Services Tax (GST), Demonetisation etc.

The exhibition also highlights the important aspects of freedom struggle of India and the unification of states post independence through photo features.

Other highlights of the exhibition are theme based cultural programmes by the artists of Song and Drama Division.

(Posted on 03 September 2017, 1675575192 3O236O47O240)