Guwahati, Sep 25 (IANS) In Assam’s Guwahati Focal Prison, no less than 1,800 detainees have seen the very first two-day display of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav that closed on Sunday, an authority said.
Gobinda Malakar, Director, Guwahati Focal Prison, said: “This is whenever that such a display first has been coordinated here.”
He said that this program will urge the detainees to engage themselves through different government approaches and drives.
Talking on the motivation behind the display, Pavni Gupta, Delegate Chief, Press Data Agency, Service of Data and Broadcasting said that the drive was taken to make detainees mindful of the commitment of the political dissidents to the country’s opportunity battle. “This will make them mindful of the rich history and legacy of India.”
The display exhibited the fearlessness of the uncelebrated yet truly great individuals of the Upper east like Kanaklata Baruah, Kushal Konwar, Maniram Dewan, and numerous others.
Craftsmanship and music contests were likewise held among the prisoners of the prison.