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BJP MP Ravi Kishan’s daughter will be a part of NCC team on the path of duty, did this emotional tweet

Republic Day 2023: India is going to celebrate its 74th Republic Day on Thursday. All preparations have been completed regarding Republic Day. Meanwhile, on Wednesday (January 25), PM Modi interacted with NCC cadets, NSS volunteers and artists participating in the Republic Day programme.   

Ishita Shukla, daughter of Bharatiya Janata Party MP Ravi Kishan, is also among the NCC participants attending the Republic Day event. Ishita Shukla will be among 148 women cadets of the National Cadet Corps to take part in the march-past during the Republic Day parade this year.

Ishita has been working very hard for 3 years

Kishan said, "My brave daughter Ishita Shukla has been working very hard for the last 3 years to serve our country. She is a cadet of 7 Girls Battalion of Delhi Directorate. Ishita is on duty training for the Republic Day parade in the bitter cold and fog."

My brave daughter Ishita Shukla has been working very hard for the past 3 years to serve our nation. She is a cadet of 7 Girls Battalion of Delhi Directorate, training in this bitter cold and fighting the fog for the Republic Day Parade at Kartavya path. pic.twitter.com/aI4tXbdX50

— Ravi Kishan (@ravikishann) January 24, 2023

"text-align: justify;">My chest is expanding with pride- Ravi Kishan

Kishan said in another tweet, "My daughter Ishita Shukla is participating in the National Parade on 26th January and the Honorable President Draupadi Murmu and Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi and my chest is expanding with pride that she will express her patriotism in front of the whole country."

Sonali Sahu of Odisha will lead 

Out of 659 girls who participated in the NCC camp, 148 have been selected to be a part of the Republic Day marching contingent. At the same time, Sonali Sahu of Odisha will lead the contingent of NCC parade girls. The NCC will host its annual parade for the first time on January 28 at the Cariappa Parade Ground in Delhi.

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