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Guv to unfurl tricolour at Gurgaon

The state level Republic Day function in Haryana would be held at Gurgaon on January 26, where governor Jagannath Pahadia would unfurl the national flag.

punjab Updated: Jan 13, 2014 20:02 IST
HT Correspondent

The state level Republic Day function in Haryana would be held at Gurgaon on January 26, where governor Jagannath Pahadia would unfurl the national flag.


Stating that the 'At Home' would also be organised at Gurgaon the same evening, an official release said that chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda would hoist the Tricolour at Nuh in Mewat district.

Haryana Vidhan Sabha speaker Kuldeep Sharma would unfurl the Tricolour at Faridabad, deputy speaker Akram Khan at Jhajjar, finance minister, Harmohinder Singh Chattha at Ambala, power minister Ajay Singh Yadav at Rohtak, industries minister Randeep Singh Surjewala at Sonipat, revenue minister Mahender Partap Singh at Karnal, public health minister Kiran Choudhry at Yamunanagarh, agriculture minister Paramvir Singh at Rewari, education minister Geeta Bhukkal at Hisar, health minister Rao Narender Singh at Fatehabad, cooperation minister Satpal Sangwan at Sirsa, urban local bodies minister Savitri Jindal at Panchkula and transport minister Aftab Ahmad at Kurukshetra.

Similarly, minister of state for labour and employment Shiv Charan Lal Sharma would unfurl the national flag at Mahendragarh at Narnual, minister of state for sports and youth affairs Sukhbir Kataria at Bhiwani, chief parliamentary secretary (CPS) Anita Yadav at Jind, CPS Rao Dan Singh at Panipat, CPS Dharambir Singh at Kaithal, CPS Jaiveer at Palwal.

CPS Jaleb Khan would hoist the national flag at Narwana, CPS Prahlad Singh Gillakhera at Hansi, CPS Ram Kishan Fouji at Pehowa, CPS Sharda Rathore at Dadri, CPS Sultan Singh at Gohana, CPS Ram Kishan at Shahbad, CPS Vinod Bhayana at Safidon and 20-point programme deputy chairman Phool Chand Mullana at Brada.