The High Commission of India has marked Republic Day with a grand function at prestigious Guildhall. After the national anthems of India and Great Britain were played, Secretary of State for Department of Culture, Media and Sport Jeremy Wright MP and High Commissioner of India Mrs Ruchi Ghanshyam have both eloquently spoken on the shared relationship between the two countries and highlighted the role of diaspora in social, economic, political, armed forces and cultural spheres.
Guests from different walks of life were present, including Dr Rami Ranger CBE, politicians Virendra Sharma, Bob Blackman, Cllr Sunil Chopra, Cllr Bhagwanji Chohan, Cllr Rehana Ameer, Amarjeet Bhamra, Lakshmi Kaul and several community leaders. The invitees were treated to a sumptuous dinner.
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