State Celebrates its 47th Liberation Day - Pics

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Pics by Rajtilak Naik in Panaji

Panaji, Dec 19: December 19, 2007 marked the 47th anniversery of the Goa Liberation Day. Hundreds of school children, along with the defence personnel, the state police force, fire brigade, politicians, freedom fighters and the general public came together and assembled on the Parade grounds at Campal, Panaji to celebrate this auspicious day.

Chief minister Digamber Kamat inspecting the  parade

The flag-hoisting

Cadets fully involved in the parade inspection

The gathering

CM receives the salute during the march past

Chief minister Digambar Kamat honouring home guard officer John Aguiar and a woman traffic officer

The drill show

School students during the march past

Chief minister delivering his speech

Students presenting a unique performance on integration

A police jawan keeping a close watch on the Parade grounds at Campal

A wider view of the proceedings at Campal

     Rajtilak Naik

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