J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha directs, says it must unfurl regular tricolour on all government buildings

 An order has been issued to unfurl the national flag on all government offices and buildings in Jammu and Kashmir. Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha had recently given directions to unfurl the tricolour. After which, raghav Langar of Jammu last Friday has asked the district Deputy Commissioners and hod of government departments to ensure that the tricolour are unfurled on government buildings within 15 days. The process will be implemented under the flag code of India. The national anthem will be ensured in every programme of the lieutenant governor.

Let us say that the national flag and the state flag were planted on selected large government buildings including the civic secretariats of Jammu and Kashmir. With the repeal of article 370, the Constitution and flag of the state are also over.  Since then, the tricolour are being planted on selected buildings including central public sector undertakings, secretariats, but most of the buildings could not be provided with national flag. But now, after the order of Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, the work is going on fast. Their programmes, even in the press dialogue, are performed at the time of commencement and completion of the national anthem. In this order, the lieutenant Governor had asked all government buildings in the recent past to ensure the system of unfurling the national flag. Now, the Divisional Commissioner of Jammu has issued orders to all the district officers in this regard.

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