With Republic Day round the corner, the young bravery award winners from across the country have landed in the national capital. Honouring the bravehearts, ITDC organised an exclusive screening of the sound and light show, showcasing the 1000 years journey of the capital city ‘Ishq-e-Dilli’ at the PuranaQila, New Delhi.
Present at the screening, Dr. Ravi Pandit, Vice President, Engineering, ITDC said, “It is an honour to communicate, converge and connect with the youth of India, whose hearts are filled with courage at such a tender age. These young Indians have showcased humanity, empathy by valuing others life and fighting to protect them; they are our real heroes.”
The children are scheduled to receive the National Bravery Award for their outstanding act of courage by the Hon’ble President of India, Shri Ram NathKovind on 26th January, Republic Day.
Twenty-two children, including 10 girls and 12 boys have been selected for the Indian Council for Child Welfare (ICCW)National Bravery Awards, 2019. One award has been given posthumously.