Respect National Flag
A campaign by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti
A campaign by
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti
The Flag represents a nation’s identity. It is a symbol of the nation’s respect and pride. The citizens of India show their tremendous love and respect towards the nation on 15th August and 26th January by proudly displaying the Tiranga wherever they can. Unfortunately, this pride is short-lived! In the evening, the same Flags are seen lying in garbage bins or sewage pipes, we find these Flags getting trampled upon on the roads. People forget that this is insulting to the Flag. Often, these Flags are burnt with garbage. Every citizen must maintain proper respect towards our National Flag. For over two decades, the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has been using various media to create awareness about the ‘Respect National Flag’ campaign. Due to untiring efforts, HJS has succeeded in ending 95% production of plastic National Flags, and the subsequent denigration of the Flag.
The Flag Code Simplified for You
Examples of the Flag dishonoured
If you find any person or entity disrespecting the National Flag, make them aware of it or register a complaint against them promptly. Remember, it is an offence that is punishable by a jail term!
Note: These photos have been posted to create awareness and not by any means to hurt sentiments.
Respect the National Flag Campaign by HJS
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Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s poster exhibition!
Help us to organise this poster exhibition in your area to reach every Indian with inspirational stories of the unsung heroes of the Indian Independence Movement.
Evolution of the Tricolour
Our great revolutionaries entrusted Swarajya (self rule) to us. It is our responsibility to convert that into Surajya. These books provide guidance on how to fight injustice, and to foster a sense of national pride in children to do this.