A 100 Feet Tall Indian Flag All Set To Be Installed at Mohali

National flag is the epitome of patriotism that unfurls the saga of valour and martyrdom of the soldiers who laid their lives to protect India. Since time immemorial, our national flag has embarked many battles of the modern history of India.

After Chandigarh, its Mohali’s turn to adorn the city with the glorious Indian flag on one of its prime locations of the town. The flag will be 100 foot tall and will be visible from the top of any buildings of the Mohali. With its installation, Mohali will fall into the list of Indian cities that have 100 feet tall India Flag that flutters up high at an angle from where one can have a bird’s eye view.

Location of the Indian Flag in Mohali

The Tricolor is likely to get installed at the Verka Chowk in Phase VI just adjacent to the Mohali Municipal Corporation.  As published in The Tribune, Rajesh Dhiman, Municipal Commissioner, said that the installation of Indian flag will take another two months or so as they are yet to decide the place. The Mohali MC has options of two-three locations out of which the final location will be decided after consulting Mayor Kulwant Singh.

Other highlights of National flag installation in Mohali

  • The national flag will be installed in Mohali with an aim to inculcate the feeling of patriotism among people.
  • The Indian flag at Mohali will have a special feature to glow in the dark.
  • The installation and the maintenance of the flag will be done by a private company.

Where else the National Flags are installed in India

  • Indo-Pak Attari Border has the tallest Indian national flag of 360 feet that can be viewed from Lahore
  • Ranchi has a Tricolor of 293 feet tall
  • Telangana has a 291 feet tall national flag
  • Raipur has a 269 feet Indian flag
  • Faridabad has a Indian national flag that is 250 feet tall
  • Pune has 237 feet tall national flag
  • Bhopal has 235 feet tall Tricolor
  • New Delhi has 207 feet tall national flag
  • Chandigarh has recently installed 110 feet tall Indian flag

Let’s see by when Mohali will get the Indian flag installed as the location for it is still to be finalised by the authorities.

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Yamini S. Verma

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