Independence day special: For every home tricolor campaign, the countrymen will have to give 200 crore rupees this independence day government how to celebrate har ghar tricolor abhiyaan

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Independence day special: On August 15, 75 years of independence will be completed. On this occasion, from August 13 to August 15, the central government will run a tricolor campaign at every home.

Highlights

  • 75 years of independence will be completed on 15th August
  • At present only four crore flags are available in the country.
  • 200 crores will be spent in this campaign

Independence Day Special, On August 15, 75 years of independence will be completed. On this occasion, from August 13 to August 15, the central government will run a tricolor campaign at every home. The aim is to hoist the tricolor on the roofs of almost every house. At the same time, the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has also urged the countrymen to hoist the tricolor at every house. The government believes that more and more people will join this campaign and a feeling of patriotism will be awakened among the people. The government feels that the association of people with the national flag is only institutionalized, so such a campaign will send a different message to the people. On July 17, Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with all Chief Ministers and Lieutenant Governors of Union Territories regarding this campaign. Information related to this campaign was given in this meeting. Let us tell you that with the consent of the Central Government and the State Government, there is an effort to make this campaign successful in every corner of the country.

What is the budget of the central government?

Under the Har Ghar Tiranga Abhiyan, this time the central government has planned to hoist the tricolor on the roofs of about 20 crore houses. According to the Federation of All India Traders, at present only four crore flags are available in the country. Now the state government or the central government will have to produce at their own level. After which 20 crore flags will be supplied. It is estimated that the cost of a flag is ₹ 10 and the central government wants to hoist the flag on the roofs of 20 crore houses i.e. according to this, 200 crore rupees will be spent in this campaign. This 200 crore rupees will be taken from the pockets of the public. Before this flag business has never happened so much in history, in such a situation, now the traders also have a challenge to make available the flag on time by forming a tie-up with the government. According to the information, from August 1, the tricolor will be available in all post offices of India. If you want to buy tricolor online then you can also buy tricolor online.

Mehbooba Mufti said this about this campaign

Regarding this campaign, former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti tweeted on Twitter and wrote that “Unfortunately, the orders passed from above to hoist the tricolor are being borne by the officers posted on small posts. There is a government order in which children have been instructed to buy the flag as part of the tricolor campaign”. After this tweet, questions were raised on the government as to why the government is doing this. How much money is the government spending on this campaign. However, the central government has made it clear that this campaign will be run vigorously.

Changes in the rules of flag hoisting

The central government has made changes in the rules related to hoisting the tricolor. According to the old rules, the flag could be hoisted from sunrise to sunset, but according to the new rule, now the tricolor can be hoisted even at night. Let us tell you that the Government of India has amended the rules of Flag of Code of India. Flying, displaying or using the flag in the country comes under the Flag Code of India 2002 and the Prevention of Insults to National Pride Act, 1971. The Government of India has changed this law on 20 July. Since then we have got the freedom to hoist the tricolor even at night.

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