NEW DELHI: India Department of Posts notified the Ministry of Communications on Thursday that it has sold more than 1 crore national flags to citizens in just 10 days through its 1.5 lakh post offices and online.
Through its extensive network of 1.5 lakh post offices, the Department of Posts (DoP) has reached every person of the nation with the "Har Ghar Tiranga" campaign. India Post has sold more than 1 crore national flags to citizens in just 10 days through post offices and online. The statement read. The Department is selling these flags at a very reasonable Rs 25.
"More than 1.75 lakh flags have been ordered online by residents via the ePost Office service, thanks to the Department's free doorstep delivery to any address in the nation for online sales. The tricolour is being sold by the postal service for Rs. 25 each "said the ministry.
It said that 4.2 lakh Postal workers enthusiastically propagated the "Har Ghar Tiranga" message throughout the nation in cities, towns, and villages as well as in border regions, LWE Districts, and mountainous and tribal areas.
"India Post has spread the "Har Ghar Tiranga" message to all facets of society through Prabhat Pheris, Bike Rallies, and Choupals Sabhas. Social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook have also been heavily utilised to convey the program's message to residents with access to the internet "It read.
"The "Har Ghar Tiranga" campaign can be joined by citizens by going to the nearest Post Office in person or by visiting the e-post office (epostoffice.gov.in). Also, citizens can take a selfie with the flag and post it to www.harghartiranga.com to register their participation at the largest New India celebration "It was fantastic.
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