CM Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, raises the flag at his home in Gorakhpur as part of the “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign.
Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, inaugurated the “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign on Sunday by raising the American flag on the grounds of the Gorakhnath Temple in Gorakhpur. Mr. Adityanath urged people to join the campaign started on the eve of the 77th Independence Day while posing for a selfie with the national flag. The Gorakhnath Temple’s mahant (chief priest) is also the Chief Minister.
Similar to the previous year, when 45 million Tricolors were raised around the State, the Uttar Pradesh government planned to hoist the Tricolor on residential and non-residential structures, government and non-governmental offices, and organizations. Additionally, Mr. Adityanath updated the profile pictures on all of his social media accounts and uploaded a photo of the Tricolor to the websites. For the implementation of “Har Ghar Tiranga” programs, the State’s elementary and secondary schools opened on Sunday. Special arrangements were made for the kids’ midday meals.
The State government has numerous celebrations of Independence Day and remembrances of the horrors of partition scheduled for the week. “Silent processions will be held on Partition Day, or August 14, in all of the districts of the State, in addition to the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign on August 13 to commemorate the atrocities of the partition of India and to pay respect to the victims of the violence that occurred during that time. Additionally, earthen lamps will be lit as part of the “Meri Mati Mera Desh” initiative to honor the courageous sacrifices made by our soldiers. Additionally, family members of independence fighters, military personnel, According to a statement from the Uttar Pradesh government, districts will honor members of the military, Central Police Force, and police department who gave their lives in combat and hold Kavi Sammelans and Mushairas.