In our country, there are some red letter days which cannot be ignored ever and their impression can not be removed from the heart of the people. March 23, is one of the such day. On the day, Shaheed-e-Ajam Bhagat Singh with his fellow companions Sukhdev and Rajguru had kissed the rope of death and embraced the Shaheedee status. Freedom fighters had seen the dream of Free India, i.e. Azad Bharat. A country of happiness, equality and fraternity. They had lost their priceless lives in the hope that their fellow countrymen must see Azad Bharat. India has accumulated many achievements indeed since it has become a free nation but it is really a point to ponder whether our country of our time meets to their expectation. Newspapers cry almost each single day in the morning about instances of rape, riots and corruption. Almost all the people are blindly following the money but not the values. Sometimes, It seems that the goal of life is just to accumulate profits at any cost.
The students of SLA had prepared a for Nukkad and tried to utilise this red letter day to show what exactly Bhagat Singh and his fellow companions would think and react if they arrive in the country in our time. Jahnavi, Siddharth and Navjyot had done marvellous job with the and Akanksha Mishra in Bhagat Singh's role had impressed many. Vishal as Sukhdev and Sahil as Rajguru complemented very adorably in the nukkad. Shruti Singh, Ayush, Deepali, Sakshi, Deeksha, Saumya, Parul, Shraddha, Rupali, Prakash, Diksha and Ayushee played nicely the theme and impacted deep around. All the participants students took the essential attire and chanted slogans where it required the most. Participants played the nukkad at three places within the campus and each time they gathered the mass attention and applaud.
Faculty members in the leadership of Dean, SLA also made themselves engaged in the Nukkad and this encouraged the students to the core. Prof. Sujaan Singh Negi, Dean SLA had visulaised the nukkad and Dr. Vivek Kumar had planned it nicely and finally the students participants had translated the nukkad into an impressive reality.