India’s tallest Tricolour hoisted at Attari border; Pakistan raises objection

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Amritsar, 6 March: India’s Tricolour which is being considered as the tallest with the 360 feet height hoisted at Attari border on Sunday evening. The flag measures 120 feet in length.

The Tricolour will be visible from Lahore. Earlier, Ranchi had the tallest national flag at 300 feet.

Earlier, Ranchi had the tag of the tallest national flag at 300 feet.

BJP minister Anil Joshi attended the inauguration on Sunday afternoon before the beating the retreat ceremony at Attari-Wagah border in the evening.

As per an estimate, Rs 3.50 crore rupees have been spent on this project by the Punjab government.

Interestingly, it seems Pakistan is not happy with India’s decision to hoist the tricolour at the international border.

As sources said the Pakistan Soldiers had also expressed their concern and asked to the Border Security Force (BSF) and had to install the flag away from the border over fears of spying.

Pakistan on Thursday had again raised an objection to the flag being flown at the IB, calling the act a violation of international treaties.

The Pakistan authorities are in a scare that India could use the mast to keep eyes on Pakistan by installing cameras on the flag pole.

Wefornews Bureau

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