West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday, whereas presiding over a ‘Hatey Khori’ occasion held within the state on the event of Saraswati Puja, stated Bengali is the 2nd-largest spoken language in Asia and fifth on the planet.
“We should do not forget that we must always study our mom tongue irrespective of the place we dwell,” she added.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee additionally congratulated West Bengal governor Dr CV Ananda Bose for taking a specific curiosity in Bengali.
“I need to congratulate the Governor for taking particular curiosity in our mom tongue,” she stated.
The West Bengal chief minister was attending Governor Bose’s ‘Hatey Khori’ occasion at Raj Bhavan in Kolkata.
The 74th Republic Day was celebrated with attribute fervour and enthusiasm throughout West Bengal on Thursday, with Governor Bose presiding over an hour-long parade by the Military, the Navy, the Air Power, policemen, and civilians, together with college students.
A navy helicopter showered rose petals on Pink Highway, the venue of the official programme.
The Governor hoisted the Tricolour. Additionally current on the event, other than Ms Banerjee had been her Cupboard colleagues, senior officers of the state, and the three wings of the Indian Armed Forces.
(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by Timesof24 workers and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)
Featured Video Of The Day
74th Republic Day Celebrations, 1st Parade On Kartavya Path
- Plane Leasing Guidelines Eased to Deal with Scarcity, Says Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia
- Sana Saeed Reveals She Met Fiance Csaba Wagner on Relationship App, ‘It is Fairly Fascinating When…’
- Arjun Kapoor’s Thrilling Reel From Ranthambore Captures Gf Malaika Arora, Varun Dhawan and Others, Watch
- Google Confirms Finish Of Help For These Chrome Variations On Older Home windows PCs