In Jhajjar, Haryana, a 6,600 feet long tricolor yatra was taken out on Sunday as part of the Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi under Har Ghar Tiranga movement. Thousands of people participated in this tricolor yatra.
New Delhi: India is celebrating Har Ghar Tiranga movement to mark 75th I-day as part of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. In Jhajjar, Haryana, a 6,600 feet long tricolor yatra was taken out on Sunday as part of the Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi. Thousands of people participated in this tricolor yatra. At the same time, tricolor yatra was taken out in many other districts of the state today. After the appeal of PM Modi, ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign is being run across the country.
The whole country is immersed in the celebration of the elixir of independence. Tricolor yatras are being taken out in cities and villages. During the yatra, people raised slogans of Bharat Mata Ki Jai and Vande Mataram. Every state, city and village of India is taking out the tricolor yatra in its own unique way. Somewhere marathons and cycle rallies were taken out, and somewhere on foot, there was a crowd with tricolors. Out of these, a unique journey was taken out in Haryana. Thousands of people participated in the 6,600 feet long tricolor yatra in Jhajjar here.
At the same time, Tiranga Yatra was taken out in many other districts of Haryana today. In Panipat, local citizens took out a 75-feet long tricolor yatra on the completion of 75th year of independence. On the other hand, the tricolor yatra was taken out under the leadership of Haryana Cabinet Minister Chaudhary Ranjit Singh Chautala in the Rani of Sirsa. Ranjit Singh Chautala said that every person must put the tricolor symbolizing the pride and honor of the country at his home and shop. Minister Ranjit Singh Chautala also thanked PM Modi for starting the ‘Har Ghar Tricolor’ campaign.
108 feet tall National Flag installed at J&K’s Baramulla
A 108 feet tall National Flag was installed at Hyderbeigh in Jammu and Kashmir`s Baramulla on Sunday, which is a first of its kind in North Kashmir. The move was made as part of the Centre`s Har Ghar Tiranga campaign which encourages the citizens to hoist the tricolour marking the 75th year of the country`s Independence.
Speaking to the reporters on the occasion, GoC Kilo Force Major General SS Slaria said, “This is the first of its kind installed in North Kashmir. I thank the citizens of this region to take forward the `Har Ghar Tiranga` campaign.