‘Why no opposition MP at Red Fort Tiranga bike rally?’: BJP’s swipe | Latest News India

Is the opposition parties’ absence from Wednesday’s Tiranga bike rally an unequivocal acknowledgment that the BJP is the ‘sole custodian of the tricolor’? BJP questioned.

BJP leader Amit Malaviya questioned the absence of opposition MPs at the Triranga bike rally held on Wednesday to pay tribute to freedom fighters as part of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. The rally started in Red Fort. Malaviya asked as the Congress joined the Tiranga celebrations with a ‘Nehru’ twist on Wednesday, whether the BJP had an “unequivocal acceptance” that it was the “sole custodian of the Tiranga”.

Many BJP ministers and MPs hoisted the national flag in the bike rally held on Wednesday. Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur participated in the rally and said, “Many Union Ministers, MPs and youth leaders joined together and started a bike rally from the historic Red Fort and gave a message that they are paying homage to us. freedom fighters and remember them, and promised that on this Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav we will work to maintain the unity and integrity of the nation and enhance the glory of India.

The ‘Har Ghar Thiranga’ bike rally took place a day after the Ministry of Culture organized a mega ‘Thiranga Utsav’ event on Tuesday as part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on the occasion of ‘Tiranga Utsav’ appealed to the citizens to participate with enthusiasm in the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign to let the world know that India has “awakened from slumber” and is moving fast under Prime Minister Narendra’s leadership. Modi is on his way to becoming a “great” power.

As Prime Minister Modi and other BJP leaders changed their Twitter profile photos with the national flag as part of the Har Ghar Tiranga initiative to mark the 75th year of Independence, Congress leaders on Wednesday changed their profile photos to Jawaharlal Nehru holding the national flag. .

“The tricolor is in our hearts, it is in our veins like blood. On December 31, 1929, Pandit Nehru while unfurling the tricolor on the banks of river Ravi said, ‘Now that the tricolor has been hoisted, it should not be bent’,” the official Twitter handle of the Congress party posted in Hindi.

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