PM Modi’s Har Ghar Tiranga campaign garners unprecedented response across the Globe

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The Public response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s clarion call for Har Ghar Tiranga campaign was out of the world campaign “Har Ghar Tiranga” has garnered not only massive but an unprecedented response from people across the country and countries across the seven seas.

Apart matter of pride, the response is an apt indication of the revival of the country’s collective conscience and its strength, which even “big socialists and experts of social science” cannot imagine. It has given a new strength” to the country. PM Modi’s campaign
Is a great way to mark “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” besides the 75th Independence of the country. The campaign a first of its kind, has helped boost demand for the tricolour as flag makers and traders witnessed a surge in order and sales of the National Flag this year.

In the manner the people of the country have been on a Tiranga Journey with tricolour in hands for the last three days, even big socialists and experts of social science perhaps cannot imagine the kind of strength that country has. Notably, the tricolour flag showed it.

Infact the revival of this collective conscience is “the biggest treasure” of the country and is like “nectar” that emerged through the years of the struggle for freedom

For some traders the demand for the flag was unprecedented as the sales were bolstered by the Har Ghar Trianga campaign.

Whereas otherTraders also opined that the demand for the national flag this year soared manifold, and labourers worked day and night to meet the demand.

For the wholesale markets, this year, the sale of flag was like a boon to them.

Indian postal department also sold the national flag online for easy procurement, and claimed it has “received a very good response”.

Several corporate houses too celebrated and promoted the campaign.

As a matter of pride, the aim for the campaign was to invoke the feeling of patriotism in the hearts of people and promote awareness about the Indian national flag.

The Public response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s out of the world campaign “Har Ghar Tiranga” has garnered not only massive but an unprecedented response from people across the country and countries across the seven seas.

Apart matter of pride, the response is an apt indication of the revival of the country’s collective conscience and its strength, which even “big socialists and experts of social science” cannot imagine. It has given a new strength” to the country. PM Modi’s campaign
Is a great way to mark “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” besides the 75th Independence of the country. The campaign a first of its kind, has helped boost demand for the tricolour as flag makers and traders witnessed a surge in order and sales of the National Flag this year.

In the manner the people of the country have been on a Tiranga Journey with tricolour in hands for the last three days, even big socialists and experts of social science perhaps cannot imagine the kind of strength that country has. Notably, the tricolour flag showed it.

Infact the revival of this collective conscience is “the biggest treasure” of the country and is like “nectar” that emerged through the years of the struggle for freedom.

For some traders the demand for the flag was unprecedented as the sales were bolstered by the Har Ghar Trianga campaign.

Whereas otherTraders also opined that the demand for the national flag this year soared manifold, and labourers worked day and night to meet the demand.

For the wholesale markets, this year, the sale of flag was like a boon to them.

Indian postal department also sold the national flag online for easy procurement, and claimed it has “received a very good response”.

Several corporate houses too celebrated and promoted the campaign.

As a matter of pride, the aim for the campaign was to invoke the feeling of patriotism in the hearts of people and promote awareness about the Indian national flag.

The prime minister had given a call on July 22 to strengthen the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ movement by hoisting or displaying the national flag at homes.

The Prime Minister also asked everyone to share their photos with the Tiranga on harghartiranga.com.

Remarkably, more than 20 crore national flags were made available to people till Friday last week.

News Edit: K.V.Raman

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