Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s ‘Respect National Flag’ campaign in Uttar Pradesh

Implement the Bombay HC order to stop the desecration of the National Flag! – HJS

Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) – This year, the Central Government is implementing the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign across India to celebrate the 75th year (Amrit Mahotsav) of Independence. The government must also issue directives to educate the people so that the national flag will not be disrespected in any way while carrying out this campaign. For this, as per an earlier order of the Bombay High Court, an action committee should be formed to stop the desecration of the National Flag. A memorandum to this effect was submitted by the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti to the City Magistrate Surendra Madhav Singh, Divisional Commissioner Deepak Agrawal, and Additional Police Commissioner (Headquarters and Crime) Santosh Kumar Singh. Advocate Vinay Kumar Jaiswal, Advocate Deep Darshan, Advocate Sanjivan Yadav, Advocate Arun Maurya, Shri. Rajan Kesari, Shri. Premprakash Kumar, Shri. Vivek Rai and others of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti were part of the delegation.


1. Additional Police Commissioner (Headquarters and Crime) Santosh Kumar Singh said, “The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s efforts to prevent desecration of the National Flag are commendable”.

2. After reading the memorandum, Divisional Commissioner Deepak Agarwal said, “We will issue instructions to all Collectors to prevent desecration of the National Flag”.

Memorandum submitted to the City Magistrate at Mathura

Samiti delegation presenting the memorandum to the City Magistrate in Mathura (27th July, 2022)

Memorandum submitted to various colleges in Mathura

Samiti delegation (consisting of Ayurveda practitioners) presenting the memorandum to Dr B.K. Parashar, Principal of SKS Ayurvedic College, in Mathura.
Samiti delegate handing over the memorandum to the officials of Amarnath Girls Degree College, Mathura
Samiti delegates handing over the memorandum to the officials of Radha Madhav Inter College, Mathura

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