Madhya Pradesh: BJP flag flies higher than Tiranga at 75th Independence Day

Agar: Independence Day was celebrated in Madhya Pradesh yesterday with a lot of fanfare. However, there were some scenes that were shocking. A controversy broke out over the tricolour hoisted at the BJP party office on the occasion of Independence Day in the Agar district. The congress, the opposition party in the state, has termed it as national doh. Moreover, something happened in the Rajgarh district which surprised everyone. In fact, the flag appeared upside down on the train that came to attend the parade. Onboard the train, the minister in charge took the salute of the parade.

You can see that the flag was also hoisted at the BJP district headquarters in Agar, but in the meantime, when the building was looked up, the bjp party flag, which was higher than the tricolor, was waving here. Congress MLA from Agar Vipin Wankhede has now tweeted about it. In a tweet, he said, "A few days ago, the BJP leader in Agar had insulted Mother India by tearing her photo. Today, the BJP has again done anti-national work by putting up the BJP flag above the national flag.''

At the same time, he added, "Hypocritical leaders who talk of false love of nation are constantly insulting Mother India. This will not be tolerated by the people of Agar at all. On the other hand, the Congress party condemned on social media and said, "This BJP flag above the tricolor at the BJP office in Agar district of Madhya Pradesh is an injury to the pride and dignity of crores of Indians and the pride and dignity of the tricolor. Shivraj Ji, this is direct sedition and you continue to be the guardian of the traitors.''

Rajgarh Case- Minister-in-charge Mohan Yadav attended the function on the occasion of Independence Day here. Meanwhile, the minister-in-charge of the parade in a flower-adorned train turned out to take the salute, but the train in which he was riding had the country's tricolor hanging upside down.

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