Anurag Thakur, the Union minister for information and broadcasting and youth affairs and sports, unveiled the government’s 2023 calendar on Wednesday, saying it was more than simply a collection of images but also a reminder of the government’s past successes and its future objectives.
“The calendar is about the achievements of the government and the resolves for the future. The calendar will lay down the roles a citizen has to play for a developed India and we should be proud of our rich and cultural heritage. At the same time, we should be free from the mindset of slavery,” Thakur said at an event to release the calendar which limelights one sector, ranging from farmer welfare, education and Skill India to Fit India, every month.
This marks the return of the government to physical calendar publication after a two-year hiatus. The calendar with the topic “New Year, New Resolution” will be printed and distributed by the government to all government offices nationwide, all the way down to the panchayat. He said that a digital version of the 2023 calendar would still be offered.
“When we hang it up on our walls, it will remind us of our duties to this country,” Thakur added.