Celebration of Independence Day is celebrated all over the country on 15 August. India will celebrate 73rd Independence Day 2019 this time. Since the independence of British rule on 15 August 1947, 15 August has special significance among the people. On the day of Independence Day, the Prime Minister of the country hoists the flag at the Red Fort. This day is celebrated throughout India with flag-hoisting ceremonies, parades, and cultural events. But do you know that there are some rules for hoisting the National Flag of India? And any person who violates these rules can be acted upon. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you the rules and laws related to hoisting the tricolor.
Rules and laws for hoisting the National Flag
1. The National Flag can always be hoisted between sunrise to sunset.
2. The tricolor is never tilted, nor is it placed on the ground. Only after the order can the flag be flown halfway on government buildings.
3. Flag of India can never be immersed in water, the flag is not damaged in any way. In addition to burning, damaging any part of the flag, verbally or literally insulting it, there can be up to three years in jail or fine, or both. Things?
4. The shape of the flag should be rectangular. Its length and width ratio should be 3: 2.
5. The tricolor should always be of cotton, silk or khadi.
6. Hoisting the tricolor by turning the saffron color downwards is wrong.
7. The tricolor should always be hoisted at the highest place near it.
8. Tricolor is not used in any program to cover the table or decorate the stage.
9. A tricolor is never hoisted or torn. If the flag bursts, if it becomes dirty, it should be burnt in a fire in solitude or destroyed in some other way, so that its dignity remains. The flag can also be given water samadhi in the holy river.