Himachal’s tallest tricolor hoisted in Hamirpur during Hamir Utsav
SHIMLA-The race to host tricolors in Himachal Pradesh continues as after Bishop Cotton School, now Hamirpur hoisted 133 feet high tricolor during Hamir Utsav. Earlier, BSC Shimla had hoisted a 110-feet high flag, which was the tallest in the State so far. The monument is the highest flag in the State and is dedicated to martyrs from the district, who sacrificed their lives for the sake of the Natona, informed the Deputy Commissioner, Hamirpur, Madan Chauhan.
Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh today dedicated the State’s tallest (133 feet) National Monument (Tricolour) flag set up at Hamirpur, online from Holly-lodge, his private residence, today. Forest Minister, Shri Thakur Singh Bharmouri was present on the occasion at Hamirpur who unveiled the plaque.
The National Monument was set up at Hamirpur by the Chief Minister online from his residence Holly-lodge. The CM was reportedly ill and had to cancel his visit to Hamir Utsav. However, The Forest Minister,, Thakur Singh Bharmauri was present on the occasion and unveiled the plague.
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