Visakhapatnam: Commanding-in-Leader of the Jap Naval Command, Vice-Admiral Biswajit Dasgupta, has praised the architects of Indian Charter, pronouncing that they now not simplest laid down elementary rights but in addition enshrined in it the basic tasks of each citizen for making sure equality, justice and freedom for all.
The Vice-Admiral used to be addressing the 74th Republic Day parade in Visakhapatnam on Thursday. He reviewed a ceremonial parade comprising a 50-member Guard of Honour and 18 marching platoons on the parade grounds.
The team of workers on parade have been drawn from all ships, submarines, air squadrons, and naval institutions except the DSC team of workers and the Sea Cadet Corps of the ENC.
Vice-Admiral Sanjay Vatsayan, Leader of Group of workers, ENC, used to be the engaging in officer of the parade with the flag officials, commanding officials, naval team of workers and their households, together with veterans and schoolchildren in attendance.
The development used to be additionally witnessed by way of the veteran sailors of the 1973 batch visiting INS Circars for his or her golden jubilee.
The commander-in-chief complimented the good turnout for the very good parade. He prolonged his Republic Day greetings to all naval team of workers, defence civilians, veterans and their households and congratulated the award-winners for his or her devotion to accountability. The rite concluded with the making a song of the Nationwide Anthem.