Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia Inaugurate Five Flag Masts On 75th Independence Day


Arvind Kejriwal Inaugurates Five Flag Masts On 75th Independence Day

The Chief Minister stated 5 flag masts have been put in in Delhi on Sunday.

New Delhi:

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, alongside along with his Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and Home Minister Satyendra Jain, inaugurated 5 flag masts on the 75th Independence Day on Sunday.

Five high-mast Tricolours had been put in at East Kidwai Nagar, Rani Bagh, East Vinod Nagar, Kalkaji and Dwarka by India07 Works Department (PWD) underneath the Delhi authorities’s ”Deshbhakti Budget”.

East Kidwai Nagar falls in Mr Kejriwal’s constituency which is New Delhi. East Vinod Nagar is in Mr Sisodia’s constituency Patparganj and Rani Bagh falls in PWD Minister Satyendar Jain’s constituency Shakurbast.

While hoisting the 115-feet tall nationwide flag at East Kidwai Nagar, Mr Kejriwal remembered the anti-corruption motion led by Anna Hazare and stated he, together with others, waved the Tricolour from the stage at Ramlila floor throughout that point.

“Hoisting the Tiranga today, reminded me of the ”Anna Andolan” days. I remember during ”Anna Andolan”, Tiranga was always present on the stage. The Anna movement instilled a sense of pride towards the Tiranga in our hearts. Such was the atmosphere of patriotism in the whole country at that time,” Mr Kejriwal stated in an announcement issued later.

The Chief Minister stated 5 flag masts have been put in in Delhi on Sunday and by Republic Day, 500 Tricolours might be prepared.

“The purpose of installing the Tirangas in Delhi is that when a person leaves for work, they should see the Tiranga on the way. The move will inculcate patriotism and pride in people,” he stated.

Similarly, Mr Sisodia, Mr Jain and AAP MLA Atishi additionally inaugurated flag masts of their constituencies Patparganj, Shakurbasti and Kalkaji.

On the event, Mr Sisodia honoured 350 frontline employees who helped relentlessly through the Covid disaster.

“On the 75th year of Independence, take a pledge to build a developed and prosperous India, let’s make our Tricolour proud. The Delhi government is celebrating this entire year as ”Deshbhakti Year”. On this occasion, 500 Tricolours will be raised all over Delhi by January 26. Delhi will be the first city in India where such a large number of Tricolours will be installed,” Mr Sisodia stated in an announcement.

“Like soldiers protecting the people of the nation by standing on the border, doctors and medical staff have continued to save the lives of lakhs of people. Therefore, in the 75th year of Independence, the (high-mast) flag hoisting has been done by the doctors,” he added.

Delhi’s Home Minister Mr Jain additionally hoisted the nationwide flag within the Ranibagh space.

“We must never forget the sacrifices of our freedom fighters and should draw lessons from their legacy. Sacrifice and service of our medical fraternity in battling COVID-19 is a perfect example of patriotism,” Mr Jain added.


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