National Anthem was played while salute was given to head constable who played role of Chief Guest at the Final rehearsal of Republic Day.
Preparations have been completed to celebrate the 74th Republic Day in Madhya Pradesh with joy, pomp and dignity. The full dress final rehearsal of the Republic Day parade took place on January 24.
The final rehearsal of the joint parade and cultural programs to be held at the Republic Day celebrations was held at the Red Parade Ground on Tuesday.
Director General of Police Sudhir Kumar Saxena, who was present on the spot, took stock of the parade and arrangements for the programme.
The country will celebrate 74th Republic Day this year. The main program in Madhya Pradesh will be held on January 26 at the Lal Parade Ground in Bhopal at 9 am. Madhya Pradesh State Governor Mangubhai Patel will be present as the chief guest at the programme.
The chief guest posed by Ramchandra Singh Kushwaha, head constable of 7th Battalion, who has been playing the role of chief guest for the last 18 years, acted as the symbolic chief guest and took the salute of the combined parade by hoisting the flag.
After this, I went around in an open jeep and inspected the parade. Amidst the fire, the police band played the tune of "Jana Gana Mana" under the direction of Inspector Sunil Katare. A speech was also made to symbolize the message of the chief guest. Along with this, cheers were raised in honor of the President.
The parade was led by Aditya Mishra, Additional Superintendent of Police, Balaghat, an officer of the 2018 batch of the Indian Police Service.
Deputy Superintendent of Police ATS Rahul Kumar Saiyam performed the duty of Parade to-IC. 19 contingents including Gujarat Reserve Police Force, Equestrian Corps and Dog Squad participated in the joint parade. The cavalry team was led by Inspector Rakesh Kumar Gond.