Meerut28 minutes ago
Sister tying Rakhi to brother on Rakshabandhan in Chaudhary Charan Singh District Jail
Rakshabandhan, the holy festival of brother and sister, was celebrated with pomp in the district jail. The sister who came to tie the rakhi to the brothers was shocked. In the last two years, the festival of Rakshabandhan was not celebrated in the jail due to Corona.
On Friday morning, the sisters started reaching the main gate of the jail. Separate instructions were given to women police for checking women regarding security.
nectar festival of freedom
Brother giving tricolor to sister as a gift along with Senior Jail Superintendent Rakesh Kumar
The country is celebrating the Amrit Mahotsav of independence this time on the completion of 75 years of independence. Sisters also gave tricolors to brothers after going to jail on Friday. Distributing the tricolor to the officials of the jail administration and wished them also.
This time a big initiative was taken on the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence in Meerut District Jail. The confluence of patriotism with Rakshabandhan was also seen in the district jail. Sister reached jail to tie rakhi to brother and wished him a long life.
Prisoners also gave tricolor to sisters
From a 5-year-old girl to a 75-year-old woman also reached the jail to tie rakhi.
When the sister came to the jail to give a gift, the prisoners in the jail gifted the tricolor to the sister .. and said that in this nectar festival of freedom, hoist the tricolor at home. I will also come soon and will not commit any crime….Rakhi in one hand of brother and tricolor in the other was a testimony that the country is changing.
Tears welled up in the eyes of the sisters. Senior Jail Superintendent Rakesh Kumar said that from morning till evening, the sisters kept coming to tie rakhi to their brothers.