Special photo exhibitions have been set up at Secunderabad and Kacheguda Railway Stations to commemorate Partition Horrors Remembrance Day. This day, declared by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is meant to remember the struggles and sacrifices of people during the partition of India in 1947. The exhibitions aim to educate and sensitize the public about the pain and sufferings of Indians during that time.
Arun Kumar Jain, the General Manager of South Central Railway, said that Partition Horrors Remembrance Day sheds light on the agony experienced by millions of people affected by the partition. The photo exhibitions serve as a reminder of the pain and resilience of countless individuals and families. Jain also noted that the sacrifices of our ancestors have inspired unity and brought an era of harmony and prosperity.