R-Day rehearsal held at Bannimantap Grounds
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R-Day rehearsal held at Bannimantap Grounds

January 24, 2023

R-Day rehearsal held at Bannimantap Grounds

Mysuru: With the Republic Day (R-Day) celebrations (Jan. 26) just two days away, the City Police held a full-scale rehearsal at Bannimantap Torch Light Parade Grounds here this morning, for the third straight day. Today was the last day of the three-day rehearsal which began on Sunday. 

A total of 25 Platoons including three Police Band, wings of the City and District Police, including City Armed Reserve (CAR), District Armed Reserve (DAR), Karnataka State Reserve Police Constable (KSRP), Mounted Police, Traffic and Civil, Women Police, N.R, K.R, Devaraja sub-divisions, Traffic, Home Guards, Excise, Fire and Emergency  Services etc., took part in the rehearsal. 

Students of Police Public School, Amrita Vidyalaya, St. Thomas Educational Institutions, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya and other Schools, NCC Cadets (Army, Navy, Air Force), also participated in the rehearsal.

R-Day rehearsal

The rehearsal was guided by DCP (Law and Order) M. Muthuraj and CAR DCP A. Maruthi. DCP Muthuraj who received the guard of honour instructed about the corrections to be made. 

The Parade Commander was Mounted Police Dy.SP K.N. Suresh while the Assistant Parade Commander was Reserve Police Inspector S.D. Sasanur. 

R-Day rehearsal

Meanwhile, students from various Schools and Colleges rehearsed cultural programmes which will be demonstrated on Republic Day.

District Minister S.T. Somashekar will unfurl the National Flag at Bannimantap Parade Grounds on the morning of Jan. 26 and address the participants.

Karnataka Armed Reserve Police (KARP) Mounted Police Company Commandant Shivaraju, ACPs, DCPs, Inspectors, Sub-Inspectors and others were present on the occasion.

3 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “R-Day rehearsal held at Bannimantap Grounds”

  1. Sandeep singh says:

    How would this parade look if the government had implemented this suggestion?
    https://youtu.be/VJeLzF9HLUk

  2. Sam says:

    Hello Sandeep Singh
    What a pathetic comment you make, instead of appreciating that these students are involved in the parade, unlike you a miserable persopn, who is toom lazy even to walk.
    What kind of Singh are you? Change your name.

  3. koppal boregowda says:

    It appears @Singh is terrified of walking!
    @Singh, you should try walking at least bonce !

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