The Ministry of Home Affairs has requested all the states and union territories to strictly follow the Flag Code of India. The MHA has issued an advisory saying that national flags made of paper are hoisted on various events in the country. The flag should not be broken or thrown anywhere after the program.
Union Home Ministry (Union Home Ministry) has asked all the States and Union Territories to ensure that the public on the occasions of important national, cultural and sports events wear the National Flag made of paper (National flag) it should neither be broken nor thrown on the ground. Republic Day Celebrations (Republic day celebrationIn the advisory issued on Friday, the MHA has directed to strictly follow the provisions of the Flag Code of India. It has been said in the advisory that the national flag is a symbol of the hopes and aspirations of the people of our country. So it should be respected. There is affection and allegiance to the national flag. Nevertheless, there is a lack of awareness among the people as well as government organizations and agencies regarding the Indian Flag Code.
MHA requests all states
The advisory states that according to the Flag Code of India, the national flag made of paper can be flown on the occasions of important national, cultural and sports events. The MHA has requested all the states to ensure that flags made of paper are not broken or thrown on the ground by the public on occasions of important national, cultural and sports events. At the same time, the MHA said that such flags should be disposed of privately according to the dignity of the flag. He has also requested all government offices to run public awareness programs for the respect of the tricolor.
Ban on plastic flags
Let us tell you that there is a ban on the use of plastic flags in the country. The Union Home Ministry has written a letter to all the states and union territories regarding this, asking them to strictly follow the Flag Code of India. In a letter issued in the Ministry of Home Affairs, it has been said that plastic flags do not decompose biologically like paper flags. It is also a practical problem to ensure proper disposal of the national flag made of plastic in accordance with the dignity of the flag. Therefore it should be ensured that only paper made flags are used by the public on the occasion of important national, cultural and sporting events as per the provisions of the Flag Code of India 2002.
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