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Procession of Silence, Mark Partition Horrors Remembrance Day of Photo Exhibition: Ministry of Culture

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A silent procession led by Federal Minister G Kishan Reddy in the city center and an exhibition of archival photographs capturing the pain and tragedy of the partition was organized by the Ministry of Culture on Sunday, officials said. The procession was held inside Central Park, located in the heart of the Connaught Place area, to mark the anniversary of the Partition Horror.

Before the procession began in the park, a two-minute silence was held in honor of the victims who died or suffered in the Partition tragedy. Union Culture Minister G Kishan Reddy, MoS Culture Arjun Ram Meghwal, Railways Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw and others joined the procession. MoS Culture Meenakshi Lekhi also attended the event later. The procession took place on the inner perimeter of the vast park. Originally, the route was scheduled to end the procession at the National War Memorial, but it was later changed due to some unforeseen circumstances, officials said.

Participants carried placards reading “Partition Horrors Remembrance Day, August 14” to convey the message that we must remember this tragedy and the pain and suffering of hundreds of thousands of people. Reddy later tweeted about the event. Colleagues of the Minister, he was attended by Shri @AshwiniVaishnaw ji, Shri @arjunrammeghwal, Shri @KailashBaytu ji and others. The division of British India into her two independent dominions of India and Pakistan, preceded by massive violence, left huge numbers of people displaced and homeless.

He shared the video with the caption, “The remnants of India’s partition are harrowing reminders of the atrocities committed against our people by individuals with vested interests. Click the link below to read: Read the accounts of those who survived the horrors of Partition #PartitionHorrorsRemembranceDay as Meghwal tweeted in Hindi that the pain inherited from the partition still makes our hair stand on end, calling it “our It was described as an emotional partition. It is not a division of land.” Reddy then visited the National Museum of Modern Art. Here, the Ministry of Culture organizes a thematic exhibition on partitions, opened on Sundays. The exhibition uses rare archival photographs that capture the pain of partitions. Earlier in the day, the ministry tweeted that House Speaker Om Birla and Minister of Culture visited an exhibition on partitions hosted by the Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts (IGNCA) on the grounds of the Capitol. Reddy hoisted the flag at her official residence on Sunday as part of the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign. PTI KND SRY

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