All you need to know is how to participate.

As India prepares to celebrate its 75th independence anniversary, the central government has launched a campaign called Har Ghar Trianga to instill a sense of patriotism among all citizens. This campaign is part of Amrit Mahotsav of Freedom. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appealed to the people to hoist the national flag in every home. Also, PM Modi has asked people to change their social media profile pictures to tricolor. The campaign to change social media profiles will start today.

To commemorate the birth anniversary of freedom fighter, Pingli Venkaiah on August 2, PM Modi appealed to people to change their profile picture to the Indian national flag, as well as the flag on their homes from August 2 to August 15. Wave. Every home is a part of the tricolor campaign. Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, which is being celebrated this year to celebrate 75 years of India’s independence.

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Every Home Tricolor Campaign: How to Participate

People who have accounts on the social media platform can participate by changing their profile pictures to the tricolor. Moreover, under the Every Home Tricolor campaign, citizens are required to hoist the national flag as per the rules of the Flag Code of India. The Flag Code is a set of rules and regulations formulated by the government regarding the production, hosting and disposal of the national flag when necessary. It also talks about the orientation, size and basic material of the flag. The code mentions various violations that can be punishable by fine or imprisonment.

For example, according to the 2002 Flag Code, the national flag must not be flown from a single masthead, touch the floor, be tied in such a way that it could be damaged, or be displayed upside down. Should. Other restrictions include using the national flag as a form of drapery, printed on a handkerchief, or an article of clothing.

Various states have taken steps and measures to declare the campaign a success. In Maharashtra, the state government has asked the state cooperation departments to ensure that every housing society hoists the flag on Independence Day. The same has been directed to all government and semi-government buildings. The city of Agra in Uttar Pradesh has claimed that a total of 20 crore households will hoist the national flag on the 75th anniversary of India’s independence.

The state government of Assam has promised to manufacture 8 million tricolor flags which will be distributed among households. The government has assigned the manufacturing task to a textile industry located in Bongai village which is working round the clock to achieve this mission.

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