By TC News Desk
Agartala, August 08: As India prepares to celebrate its 76th Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched the “Har Ghar Tiranga” program, urging citizens to proudly display the national flag everywhere, including their homes. This initiative, reminiscent of the successful 2022 campaign, is set to take place from August 13 to August 15, encompassing the entire nation in a wave of patriotic fervor.
Last year’s “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign saw an overwhelming response, with the national flag being hoisted in nearly 5 lakh families across the country. Encouraged by the immense public participation, the government is determined to surpass last year’s milestone and see an even greater display of the tricolor this year.
To facilitate easy access to the national flag, arrangements have been made to sell flags through post offices nationwide. In a symbolic gesture, the Agartala post office has already opened a dedicated counter for the sale of flags, ensuring that every citizen can have the flag of their nation close at hand.
In a show of unity and enthusiasm, on Tuesday, the state BJP leadership kick-started the campaign by purchasing the national flag from the post office Chowmuhani in the capital city. They expressed their commitment to surpassing the achievements of 2022 and called on all citizens to obtain flags from various places, including post offices, and actively participate in hoisting the national flag.
The “Har Ghar Tiranga” program is not only a tribute to India’s freedom fighters and the struggles they endured but also a collective expression of pride and love for the nation. As the nation gears up to celebrate Independence Day, the tricolor will adorn countless homes, government buildings, and public spaces, echoing the spirit of unity and patriotism that defines India.
Let us come together, united under the banner of the tricolour, and reaffirm our commitment to the principles of freedom, diversity, and progress as we commemorate another milestone in the glorious history of India’s independence.