Udaipur Governor Shri Kalraj Mishra was on a Udaipur tour on Saturday. He reached Dabok airport around 11:15 am, where Divisional Commissioner Rajendra Bhatt, Collector Tara Chand Meena, and SP Vikas Sharma welcomed him with bouquets. From here, the Governor reached Pratap Memorial at Moti Magri via Circuit House, where he was first given a guard of honor. After this, the Honorable Governor offered flowers on the statue of Maharana Pratap. The Governor unveiled a battle tank T 55 gifted by the Indian Army at the Pratap Memorial site, followed by thunderous applause. At the beginning of the program, the Governor read the preamble and basic duties of the constitution.
In his address, the Governor recalled the sacrifice of Maharana Pratap. He said that Maharana Pratap never compromised and lived his life protecting self-respect by eating grass bread in adverse circumstances. Not only this, Pratap fought Akbar's large army with his might.
The Governor said that the struggle by Maharana Pratap for the freedom of the motherland was not a small one; he kept fighting the war with his small but brave army, guerrilla warfare method, power to discourage the enemies, etc., always kept him in the forefront. The inspiration to sacrifice everything for the motherland comes from Maharana Pratap only. In his speech, he presented his views on the importance of establishing the Pratap Memorial and bringing the T 55 tank here; he also mentioned the features of T 55 in the speech. He also honored the families of Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, and Rajguru in the program.
Similarly, Maharana Pratap Memorial Committee President Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar told the forum that the Maharana Pratap Memorial Committee feels proud while honoring the families of the martyrs. He said that the land of Mewar was always fighting and never compromised in front of the invaders. Similarly, retired Lieutenant General JS Nain highlighted the importance of the battle tank T-55 and its contribution to wars.