This time, the tableau of Bihar will not be seen after the decision not to show three states West Bengal, Maharashtra in advance, this time at the Republic Day parade ceremony on Rajpath of Delhi. According to sources, permission was not given on Bihar’s ‘Water, Life and Greenery’ theme.The tableau of Bihar could not make a place in the standards set for tableau.Regarding the absence of the tableau of Bihar in the Republic Day celebrations, Union Minister RK Singh said, “In this regard, I will talk to Rajnath Singh that the tableau of Bihar should be included in the parade ceremony and should also include the tableau. This is absolutely wrong. Today, the biggest problem of the whole world is the protection of the environment. In Maharashtra, the Nationalist Congress Party and Shiv Sena on Thursday targeted the Modi government for not allowing Maharashtra tableau for the Republic Day parade where NCP termed it an insult to the people of the state. NCP MP Supriya Sule claimed that the Center has not allowed the tableaux of non-BJP ruled Maharashtra and West Bengal for the Republic Day parade.He accused the central government of being prejudiced.
According to sources, permission was not given on Bihar’s ‘Water, Life and Greenery’ theme.
He said that both the states had played an important role in the freedom struggle and not allowing their tableaux is an “insult” to the people. Sule tweeted, Center has not allowed tableaux of Maharashtra and West Bengal to parade on Republic Day.It is the festival of the country and the center is expected to give representation to all the states.But the government is behaving in a biased manner and is treating the states ruled by the opposition parties step-by-step. ‘Baramati MP Sule also shared a news claim that the Ministry of Defense has rejected the tableau of West Bengal for the Republic Day parade (26 January). There is a scheduled process to include tableaux in the 26 January parade. Accordingly, the Ministry of Defense invites proposals from all the states, union territories and central ministries or departments of the country. After receiving their proposals, a committee screening them.This committee consists of people associated with fields like art, culture, painting, music. According to sources, a total of 56 proposals were received for the Republic Day 2020 from all the states, union territories and ministries. Of these, 32 were from states and union territories, while 24 were from ministries and departments. After five meetings, out of 56, the committee gave its approval to 22 proposals.