Har Ghar Tiranga: India is completing 75 years of independence on 15 August 2022. This year the country is celebrating the 75th anniversary of independence. To commemorate the 75th anniversary, ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign is going on. In this, people are being motivated to wave the tricolor. For this, programs will be organized at different places in the country. To commemorate the 75th anniversary of independence, the tricolor is to be hoisted in every house of the country from August 13 to 15. People are being encouraged to hoist the tricolor in their offices and homes.
may have to go to jail
According to reports, a target has been set to hoist the tricolor in 25 crore homes of the country. People are actively participating in this campaign. The objective of the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign is to unite the people of the country. They have to be motivated to hoist the tricolor at home. This will create a feeling of patriotism among the people. This will increase awareness about the tricolor among them. Your contribution in making the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign a success is commendable, but during this time do not make any mistakes even by forgetting or else you may have to go to jail.
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These remain the rules
- Recent amendments made by the Government of India allowed the national flag to be flown at any time of the day and night. Whereas earlier the national flag could be flown only between sunrise and sunset.
- The tricolor should be in a position of respect and should be clearly placed.
- Never fly a damaged or dirty flag. The national flag should always be in perfect condition.
- The tricolor should never be shown upside down.
- The national flag should not salute any person or thing. Meaning the tricolor has to be kept at a height.
- The National Flag should not be accompanied by any other flag or bunting.
- Flowers, garlands or anything should not be placed on the flag.
- The National Flag should not be used for celebrations, rosettes, buntings or in any other manner for decoration.
- Under no circumstances should the national flag touch the ground or floor or mark in water.
- There should be no letters on the flag i.e. nothing should be written.
- Damaged or damaged national flag should be disposed of privately.
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