Lucknow: Uttarakhand BJP President Mahendra Bhatt’s controversial request to collect photos of houses without the national flag and send them to him has clarified.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called upon the people of the country to celebrate the 75th Independence Day of the country by hoisting the national flag in every house. In this case, there are reports that the Uttarakhand state BJP president Mahendra Bhatt has ordered party members to take photos of houses without the national flag and send them to him. The opposition parties, especially the Congress, strongly condemned this.
BJP President Mahendra Bhatt has given an explanation regarding this controversy. In which he said, “I had said that the national flag must be hoisted at the houses of Bharatiya Janata Party workers. I had said it so that every party worker should hoist the national flag at their houses after accepting the invitation of Prime Minister Modi. However, no one who is passionate about this nation will not hesitate to hoist the national flag at home. I believe.
On this occasion of celebrating the elixir of independence, every citizen should accept the request of our Prime Minister and hoist the national flag at home. All the soldiers who fought for the freedom of our country resisted the British by carrying the national flag and standing tall.
Speaking at a public meeting at Haldwani earlier, Mahendra Bhatt said, “Nation will not trust anyone who does not hoist the national flag on Independence Day. Anyone who feels like an Indian will not hesitate to hoist the national flag in their homes.”
The Congress party strongly condemned his speech. In this case, Mahendra Bhatt has criticized the Congress party for causing unnecessary controversy.
He said that the national flag is being distributed to people in various ways. He also said that it is not acceptable to tell people that they do not have money to buy the national flag.
To a question about the Congress Party holding the Tricolor Yatra, he said, “We will certainly welcome those who admire national independence.”