BJP MP held upside down tricolor, gave cleanliness: Culture Minister bought flags to celebrate the Amrit Mahotsav of independence in Khandwa, video of photo session viral
During the Amrit Mahotsav of independence, the tricolor flag is being purchased from house to house tricolor campaign. Meanwhile, in Khandwa, the state's culture and spiritual minister Usha Thakur bought the flags of BJP leaders and conducted a photo session. Lok Sabha MP Dnyaneshwar Patil caught the tricolor in reverse while being photographed. When the video went viral on social media, the MP clarified that it has happened for mistake. They will take care from further. Whereas, in the party itself, the leaders of the second faction kept saying to the tongue that action should be taken on the MP. The video of the MP holding the tricolor reverse is on the day of the swearing-in ceremony of the mayor-councilors. The same day the minister reached Khandwa and went to Ghantaghar intersection with leaders including MPs, MLAs. Where buy 10 tricolor flag from stalls. The minister appealed to the people nearby to hoist the tricolor in their homes on Independence Day. So that, the martyrs who play an active role in the freedom movement can get respect. Here, when the case of holding the inverted tricolor caught fire, MP Dnyaneshwar Patil came in front of the media and clarified. He said that this must have happened, at that time someone came from front and handed me the tricolor. During the photo session, everyone had a tricolor in his hands.
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