India is filled with celebratory fervour as the nation marked its 73rd Republic Day on Wednesday. While India achieved its independence in 1947, it was on this day in 1950 that the Indian constitution came into effect. Since that day, 26 January is considered to be one of the most important days and also falls under the National Holidays of India. To mark the 73rh Republic Day of India (Republic Day 2022), the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) shared a recreated version of 'Kar chale hum fida' on its Twitter handle sung by none other than the Jawans. 

'Kar chale hum fida' is a famous Hindi song written by Urdu poet Kaifi Azmi. The song is also remembered by fans as 'Ab tumhare hawale watan saathiyo'. The original song was featured in the soundtrack of the 1964 Hindi film Haqeeqat. Music director Madan Mohan compiled the music and it was sung by Mohammad Rafi. As per the shared video by the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), Constable Vikram Jeet Singh can be seen singing the instrumental version of  'Kar chale hum fida' on the occasion of Republic Day 2022. 

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Netizens salute ITBP Jawans singing talent

As soon as the video was shared by the ITBP, netizens praised the Jawans and also saluted them for recreating the soulful version of the iconic song. Here is how netizens reacted:

 



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