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‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign will bring patriotism into people’s hearts: Shah | Latest India News

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday held talks with all state/TU chief ministers to discuss the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, according to a press release from the ministry.

As part of the campaign, the government aims to raise the national flag in every home from August 13-15. The ministry’s statement said more than 200 million households and over a billion people will fly the Habs for three days and “will rededicate themselves to the service of Mother India“.

“Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is a matter of pride for every citizen. In the 75 years since independence, not only have our democratic roots deepened, but today we are well positioned in the global perspective from a development perspective,” Shah said during the interaction, according to the press release.

Adding that Prime Minister Narendra Modi decided to celebrate Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav in a new way, Shah added, “Har Ghar Tiranga” is a program to bring the spirit of patriotism to the highest level in the heart and the spirit of the people. ”

“The success of this program can only be achieved by an idea or by appeals to people. We can only bring it to the people with the participation of central and state governments and the public,” the minister added.

The minister further ordered that from July 22, the tricolor should be displayed on all government websites and citizens should place the tricolor on the homepages of their social media accounts.

Shah also spoke about the importance of Prabhat Pheris (early morning rounds).

“Prabhat Pheris was a very important part of Mahatma Gandhi’s struggle for freedom, political parties, government institutions, NGOs and cooperatives should make Prabhat Pheris successful in their fields. When children, old people, youths and teenagers together sing the praises of Mother India, take Prabhat Pheris out to the villages with the tricolor flag in their hands, then the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ program will succeed on its own,” said Shah.

He also called on state governments to promote the campaign through local media. “We must use all means of publicity to get everyone to join this program,” he said.

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