Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan Republic Day 2020 News

Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan Republic Day 2020 News

THE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES OF KERALA HAVE GAINED THE RECOGNITION IT DESERVES: GOVERNOR
Governor Arif Mohammed Khan said the development initiatives led by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had brought Kerala the recognition it deserves. He was delivering the Republic Day message at a function held at the Central Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram.
United States Kerala is the country's model for gender equality and welfare. All these are examples of the progress of Kerala. Kerala is also jealous of the Innovation Index of Justice Aayog.
The strength of Kerala's gains has been felt during the two landslide floods. All of them were united by the Kerala society. The Rebuild Kerala project helps people to regain the glory and glory lost in disasters. Even in times of economic crisis, Kerala is moving ahead. Kerala has overcome it through innovative projects like Masala Bond and Kerala Bank. The Governor said that none of these has prevented Kerala from implementing welfare programs for the weaker sections of the society. With the bringing of whole schools under the digital technology, complete digital education has become a reality and Kerala is one step ahead of others.
As India becomes a global investment hub, Kerala imposes liberal conditions for entrepreneurs. This stimulated the startup system of Kerala. Kerala's Electric Vehicle Policy Promotes Renewable Energy Start-ups ഐ. Increasing investment in the T sector promises more employment. The Governor said that Kerala's achievement in the health sector and the e-health program deserve special mention.
India today is one of the strongest nations in the world. The country has proven its strength in a variety of fields, including space science, military preparedness, food production, agriculture and recreation. The governor said that the country has achieved great achievements in the fields of science and technology.

Kerala News Thiruvananthapuram 26 January 2020 - Governor Arif Mohammed Khan greeted the nation and joined Republic Day celebration at the Central Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, Thiruvananthapuram Meyor K. Sreekumar and Chief Secretary Tom Jose IAS. Consul General Jamal Hussain Alsabi, German Honorary Consul Syed Ibrahim, Maldivian Consul Third Secretary Abdul Latif Ali, Chief Electoral Officer Tikaram Meena, State Police Chief Loknath Behra, other representatives of the freedom fighter, Agasthi Mathai, Narayana Pillai R. Kannan, Armed Forces Officers and other top officials were present in Kerala Republic Day Celebration.

When the governor hoisted the flag at 8.30 am, the Air Force helicopter was in bloom. The parade commander was Southern Air Command Squadron Leader Bikram Sinha. The Garhwal Rifles Thirteenth Battalion, Major Rishav Jamwal, became Second in command. Army, Air Force, Border Security Force, Railway Security Force, Tamil Nadu State Police, Special Armed Police, India Reserve Battalion, Kerala Women's Commandos, Kerala Armed Forces Battalion, Thiruvananthapuram City Police, Kerala Jail Department, Kerala Excise Department NCC Senior Division Boys, Girls, NCC Senior Division Air Squadron, A GCC Senior Division of the Naval Unit, the Student Police Cadet boys, girls, Bharat Scouts & Guides Bharat, asvaruda police, police lined the parade of banners, karasenayuteyum.

The school children sang the national anthem.

AT HOME WAS ORGANIZED IN RAJ BHAVAN
Governor Arif Mohammed Khan at Home hosted in Raj Bhavan on the occasion of Republic Day.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Speaker P Chidambaram. Shri Ramakrishnan, Tourism Devaswom Minister, Kadakampally Surendran, O. Rajagopal M. L. A, Meyor K. Sreekumar, Governor's wife Reshma Arif, Chief Minister's wife Kamala, Chief Secretary Tomjos and U.K. A. Consul General Jamal Hussain Alsabi, Additional Chief Secretary Vishwas Mehta, State Police Chief Loknath Behra, Heads of the Armed Forces, Heads of the Department of the Armed Forces and various other sections of the society were present. The Governor honored the freedom fighters. 

REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION: GOVERNOR GREETED
Governor Arif Mohammed Khan greeted the celebrated Republic Day at the Central Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan P, m. L. Emaar, Meyer K. Sreekumar and Chief Secretary Tom Jose A. Consul General Jamal Hussain Alsabi, German Honorary Consul Syed Ibrahim, Maldivian Consul Third Secretary Abdul Latif Ali, Chief Electoral Officer Tikaram Meena, State Police Chief Loknath Behra, other representatives of the freedom fighter, Agasthi Mathai, Narayana Pillai R. Kannan, Armed Forces Officers and other top officials were present.
When the governor hoisted the flag at 8.30 am, the Air Force helicopter was in bloom. The parade commander was Southern Air Command Squadron Leader Bikram Sinha. The Garhwal Rifles Thirteenth Battalion, Major Rishav Jamwal, became Second in command. Army, Air Force, Border Security Force, Railway Security Force, Tamil Nadu State Police, Special Armed Police, India Reserve Battalion, Kerala Women's Commandos, Kerala Armed Forces Battalion, Thiruvananthapuram City Police, Kerala Jail Department, Kerala Excise Department NCC Senior Division Boys, Girls, NCC Senior Division Air Squadron, A GCC Senior Division of the Naval Unit, the Student Police Cadet boys, girls, Bharat Scouts & Guides Bharat, asvaruda police, police lined the parade of banners, karasenayuteyum. The school children sang the national anthem.

CHIEF MINISTER REACHED THE HOUSE OF PRAVEEN, WHO DIED IN NEPAL
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan arrives at the residence of Praveen K. Nair, who died at a resort in Daman, Nepal. The Chief Minister reached the Rohini Bhavan at 10.45 am. He met Praveen's father, Krishnan Nair and his mother Prasanna, who had spent some time with them and had given a bitter hand.
Mayor K Sreekumar, Praveen's sister Prasitha, sister-in-law Rajesh and other relatives were present at the house. Praveen, his wife Saranya, his sons Sriphadra, Archa and Abhinav, who were part of the 15-member delegation that left for Nepal, died from breathing poisonous gas from the heater at the resort. Along with them were roommate Ranjith Kumar, wife Indu Lakshmi and son Vaishnav.

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