BJP youth workers have hoisted a 75-m-long national flag near the India Gate in Delhi.
BJP youth workers pose with the 75-m-long national flag near the India Gate in Delhi. (Photo: India Today)
BJP youth workers took part in a bike rally that started from 14 Pant Marg, passed through Dhaula Kuan, NSP, Azadpur, ITO, and ended at India Gate as a part of the Har Ghar Tiranga drive. The youth workers also hoisted a 75-m-long national flag near India Gate in Delhi.
Leading the tricolor motorcycle rally from the state office, BJP President Adesh Gupta said the tiranga campaign was not just the BJP’s or any party’s, but the campaign was of every person in the country.
He said the bike rally was to pay tribute to all freedom fighters because of whose hard work and sacrifice people lived freely.
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Meanwhile, Leader of Opposition Ramvir Singh Bidhuri said the soldiers had sacrificed their lives for the glory of the tricolour for the security of the country and the tricolor yatra was for their honour.
MP Gautam Gambhir said the tricolour which was in our hands, is not only the tricolour but it is our identity.
“For this, people sacrificed their lives. It is our duty to respect it and understand its importance. To create awareness among people and respect the country, they must understand the importance of tricolour and connect with it,” he said. He said it was a matter of pride that they are celebrating the country’s freedom with Azadi ka Amrit Mahatosav and ensuring Har Ghar Tiranga was like fulfilling a purpose.
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