Public banners worth over Rs 16.07 crore have been sold in Assam in the approach the Har Ghar Tiranga Campaign.
Ranjeet Kumar Dass, Minister of Panchayat and Rural Development, informed that 53 lakh tricolors had been sold up to this point.
Till Tuesday, 32,58,134 public flags, made by self-improvement gatherings, were sold around the state. The aggregate sum got from this deal is Rs 12.47 crore.
By and large 35,95,167 public flags have been sewed by in excess of 23,000 self-improvement gathering individuals.
Besides making public flags in Assam, the state government has requested 50 lakh flags from the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. Up to this point, the state government has gotten 39.26 lakh flags.
The Assam government has been working with the Food, Civil Supplies, and Consumer Affairs Department to make these flags accessible for 34,000 minimal-price retailers across the state.
Fair Price (FP) stores offer these flags to NFSA beneficiaries for Rs 18 each. These FP retailers have sold around 20 lakh public flags for Rs 3.60 crore up to this point.
To make the Har Ghar Tiranga crusade a triumph, the Assam government has attempted various systems to encourage individuals to raise the tricolor at their homes, workplaces, and business offices. It is likewise doing whatever it takes to guarantee that in excess of 80 lakh public flags are raised during the three-day mission to exhibit enthusiasm toward the country.
Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is an administration of India drive to celebrate and remember 75 years of freedom, as well as the delightful history of India’s kin, culture, and accomplishments. The’s drive will likely foster a feeling of enthusiasm in residents and raise information about the tricolor.