Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Latest Posts

The country is stunned by the ‘insult’ of the national flag in the farmers’ protest : Narendra Modi

- Advertisement -

President Ramnath Kobind had earlier spoken about the ‘insult’ of the national flag on Republic Day. This time Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemned the incident. He said the country was shocked to see the way the national flag was’ insulted ‘during the farmers’ protest on January 26.

In the 63rd episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on Sunday, Modi did not give any new message about the agricultural law but opened his mouth with the ‘insult’ of Teranga. “The country is stunned to see Teranga’s humiliation on January 26,” he said, though did not directly raise the issue of farmers’ protests. Spend one line and start talking about another.

- Advertisement -

Last Tuesday, on Republic Day, the violence of the farmers’ tractor procession spread in Delhi. Part of protesters skirmish with police in several places was overwhelming. Despite tight security, a group of protesters marched in front of the Red Fort. He broke down the door and entered the Red Fort. The protesters hoisted their flags on a pole. The debate started with that. As claimed by a section, the national flag has been unfurled. Although seen in various pictures, the Red Fort has a national flag. The flag of the protesters is flying on a pole in front of Teranga. Later that flag was removed. Meanwhile, a video has surfaced showing a man throwing a tricolor.

However, some became vocal about the ‘insult’ of the national flag. BJP in the name. Speaking in Parliament, the President said the Modi government has no problem with peaceful movement in a democracy. But the manner in which the national flag was ‘insulted’ on Republic Day is highly unfortunate. After the same tune in Modi’s throat on Sunday, according to the political circles, the parliament may be upset about the agricultural law tomorrow. Opposition groups called for a boycott of the assembly. That is why Modi wanted to put pressure on the opposition by shouting ‘insult’ to the national flag during the farmers’ protest.

- Advertisement -

Latest Posts

Don't Miss