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TricolourForUnity-Who’s got a problem?

Last evening I watched the debate on TIMES NOW on hoisting Indian flag in Govt funded Universities in India a new initiative by Modi Govt. I was shocked, deeply pained, immensely hurt and equally angered after watching the debate and non-sense opposition to hoist the national flag in universities. I couldn’t think of anything else than ridiculous opposition to the national flag and unfortunate state of India. I could not spend time with my daughter, I could not sleep, I was completely lost in thought with whole heart crying loudly with the imagination of the pain Bharatmata must be going to see this happening.


To instill nationalism and pride, HRD Minister Smriti Irani and Vice chancellors of 39 central universities agree to national flag on campus on all these Govt funded universities. This was one of the twelve resolutions passed by the central university VCs unanimously when they meet HRD Minister.


Few quotes by VCs: JNU VC M Jagadesh Kumar said, “It is a matter of pride for JNU to install the national flag on our campus. We will identify a suitable place and work on it.” Aligarh Muslim University VC Zameeruddin Shah said, “One VC proposed this idea and it was supported by everyone. It was felt that installing the national flag is the right thing to do and it will instil pride in everyone. I will try to institute this in a day or two.” – Heads of Jamia Millia Islamia and Central University of Kashmir told The Indian Express that they too will identify a place to install the Tricolour soon.

Why are people opposing to hoist Indian national flag on Indian land?

How ridiculous mindset these commies got! It’s frustrating to see the illogical baseless opposition to this by opposition political parties and commies. JDU Secretary claimed on the debate that it was Nitish Kumar’s suggestion that national flag must be hoisted not only in Universities but in all Govt offices but now they protest and challenge the move of Modi Govt to hoist flags in Govt funded universities! Opposition for namesake? Or Politics of convenience?

Our National Flag represents a Country, not a Government, not a political party, not a particular person, but a beautiful, diverse country! The whole point of having a national flag is to instill a feeling of unity among a country’s inhabitants.

Who can possibly have a problem with promoting unity among his/her countrymen? These anti-nationals. Political gains, power, publicity, money and so on are important for those anti-national elements surfaced recently in India. These anti-national elements and their sympathizers need to understand that freedom of expression, freedom for living, and freedom for anything is not the freedom for working / supporting / motivating / encouraging anti-national activities and terrorism and activities against India.

If you want to know how much leftist ideology has hurt India, please watch this debate and see people opposing to start hoisting national flag! Every right thinking Indian must watch this video, understand the need of this tradition when youth are being misguided by these commies and separatists forces and watch these scoundrels around you. They could not find any logical reason for their opposition to hoist national flag in Universities but questioned the timing of this decision!

Soldiers die for the national flag without any question and these bloody commies and political scoundrels are raising questions on hoisting national flag in THE own country! Shameless traitors I must say.  Do you need to reason a timing to start hoisting flags in universities? Are the universities paid for by our taxes required to celebrate every Afzal Guru, every Maoist, celebrate every 76 brave CRPF boys who get killed by the Maoists? Everything was done on the name of freedom of expression and now the same left wing extremists are opposing to hoist national flag in Govt funded universities!

Veteran soldier, Major General GD Bakshi,SM, VSM was moved to tears on TV (Times Now channel) defending the Tricolour! Horrible scenes! The Cong+Commie+Left opportunists should be ashamed. All patriotic Indians are with the feelings of Indian soldiers and respect the national flag fully and hence support the Govt decision.

It’s not a religious flag or party flag, we are talking about, for which people should resist and question the decision. It’s national flag and we have people challenging it on a national channel in our own country! This disgusting and unfortunate.

It’s a big mistake that this tradition was not started much earlier and we must correct ourselves by starting it NOW. The bright side is the national flag MUST BE,  as it’s Govt rule now, WILL BE hoisted in all central universities starting from JNU and its going to uncover more and more separatists and terrorist sympathizers who will oppose the move. There is a protocol which needs to be followed.

Those who do not want to respect the jhanda should get the danda.

What does Indian flag signify?

The philosopher Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, India’s first Vice President and second President, described significance of national flag as follows: “ Bhagwa or the saffron color denotes renunciation or disinterestedness. Our leaders must be indifferent to material gains and dedicate themselves to their work. The white in the center is light, the path of truth to guide our conduct. The green shows our relation to (the) soil, our relation to the plant life here, on which all other life depends. The “Ashoka Chakra” in the center of the white is the wheel of the law of dharma. Truth or satya, dharma or virtue ought to be the controlling principle of those who work under this flag. Again, the wheel denotes motion. There is death in stagnation. There is life in movement. India should no more resist change, it must move and go forward. The wheel represents the dynamism of a peaceful change.”



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