Mahendra Bhatt's controversial statement on 'Har Ghar Tiranga,' FIR filed

Dehradun: BJP state president Mahendra Bhatt's statement about the Har Ghar Tiranga has created a ruckus. BJP state president Mahendra Bhatt had given a statement that the house which does not have a tricolour cannot be trusted. The news has been given by advocate Devendra Singh Rana against Mahendra Bhatt. Rana is also a Congress worker.

After the statement of state president, Mahendra Bhatt that he cannot trust the house where the tricolour is not, the commotion is not stopping. Politics has heated up over the statement of BJP state president Mahendra Bhatt on the tricolour. Former CM Harish Rawat, Congress president Karan Mahra and former state president Ganesh Godiyal attacked him. The BJP state president said that Congress is questioning the BJP about the Har Ghar Tiranga. While we respect the Tiranga Yatra of the Congress. The tricolour should also be seen in their homes.

Mahendra Bhatt said that 75 years of independence are going to be completed. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called upon the people of the country to hoist the tricolour on their homes and buildings. As members of the ruling party, we are involved in this campaign. Children, students, and employees are providing tricolour. They are also giving the tricolour by going from house to house. This will create nationalist thinking. Among the anti-national elements who raise many doubts about the country of India, the message should be sent that people of all religions and sects in this country live together in harmony and peaceful manner. Mahendra Bhatt said that the tricolour does not belong to any party. It is a matter of the nation. It will send a very big message to the unity of the country. Congress is wrong in saying that the tricolour is not hoisted in the Sangh office. The tricolour is hoisted on August 15 and January 26. The Sangh has considered the saffron flag as a guru.

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