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NEW DELHI: Urging each citizen to hoist the nationwide flag at their homes throughout ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ marketing campaign (August 13 to fifteen), Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday stated the programme provides a message to the world in regards to the dedication of individuals of India for the prosperity of the nation. He stated the decision for flag hoisting at every family below Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (AKAM) can also be to inform the youthful era in regards to the sacrifices made by the liberty fighters through the 90-year-long wrestle and instil a sense of patriotism amongst them.   

“This campaign Har Ghar Tiranga is a message to the world that each Indian citizen will work unitedly for the next 25 years, according to the assertion of people who drafted the Constitution and expectation of the Constitution, for the development, accomplishment, security and carrying forward the Indian culture,” stated Shah. He was talking at ‘Tiranga Utsav’, an occasion held to have fun the 146th delivery anniversary of freedom fighter Pingali Venkayya, who designed the nationwide flag. On the event, Shah additionally launched ‘Tiranga’ anthem and video. The household of Venkayya was felicitated on the occasion. A commemorative postage stamp in honour of Venkayya was additionally launched.

Speaking in regards to the significance of the nationwide flag, Shah stated, “Jawan on the border pledges allegiance to this flag and makes supreme sacrifice. Crores of farmers of this country see this flag and make efforts to feed the entire world. This is the flag which has been established in the hearts of countrymen as a symbol of the country.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a call to have fun AKAM to pay true homage to heroes of the liberty wrestle and create consciousness amongst youngsters about them. Another goal is to inform every citizen about 75 years of achievements and let the world know our energy,” he stated.

NEW DELHI: Urging each citizen to hoist the nationwide flag at their homes throughout ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ marketing campaign (August 13 to fifteen), Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday stated the programme provides a message to the world in regards to the dedication of individuals of India for the prosperity of the nation. He stated the decision for flag hoisting at every family below Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (AKAM) can also be to inform the youthful era in regards to the sacrifices made by the liberty fighters through the 90-year-long wrestle and instil a sense of patriotism amongst them.   

“This campaign Har Ghar Tiranga is a message to the world that each Indian citizen will work unitedly for the next 25 years, according to the assertion of people who drafted the Constitution and expectation of the Constitution, for the development, accomplishment, security and carrying forward the Indian culture,” stated Shah. He was talking at ‘Tiranga Utsav’, an occasion held to have fun the 146th delivery anniversary of freedom fighter Pingali Venkayya, who designed the nationwide flag. On the event, Shah additionally launched ‘Tiranga’ anthem and video. The household of Venkayya was felicitated on the occasion. A commemorative postage stamp in honour of Venkayya was additionally launched.

Speaking in regards to the significance of the nationwide flag, Shah stated, “Jawan on the border pledges allegiance to this flag and makes supreme sacrifice. Crores of farmers of this country see this flag and make efforts to feed the entire world. This is the flag which has been established in the hearts of countrymen as a symbol of the country.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a call to have fun AKAM to pay true homage to heroes of the liberty wrestle and create consciousness amongst youngsters about them. Another goal is to inform every citizen about 75 years of achievements and let the world know our energy,” he stated.