Gandhi Nagar: A rally attended by former BJP Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel in Gujarat caused a stir.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of India’s independence from the British. The central government has organized a grand celebration.
The central government is actively making arrangements for this. Heavy police security has been put in place at all important historical places in the country.
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75th Independence Day Celebration
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hoist the national flag at the Red Fort in Delhi on the occasion of the 75th Independence Day. Necessary arrangements are being made for this. Also, Prime Minister Modi had called upon people to hoist the national flags at their homes across the country to celebrate 75 years of independence.
Earlier in India, the national flag had to be lowered after sunset. In this case, legal amendments were also brought to enable everyone to hoist the national flag for three consecutive days. Also, the central government had issued guidelines on how to fold the national flag and how to properly hoist the flag.
Accepting the invitation of Prime Minister Modi, crores of people across the country hoisted the national flag at their homes. Similarly, on behalf of the BJP, steps are being taken to hoist various national flags across the country. For this, huge rallies in the name of Har Khar Tiranga are being held all over the country. Major BJP leaders from many states have participated in it.
Former Deputy Chief Minister
Accordingly, Har Khar Tiranga rally was organized in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state Gujarat. Nitin Patel, former Deputy Chief Minister of Gujarat State BJP attended it. A large number of BJP workers participated in this rally held in Khadi area of Mehsana district.
Due to the sudden gathering of so many people, the cows roaming around the streets were frightened. There was shouting and chaos in the crowd as the stray cows ran away. At that time, some countries also contacted Nitin Patel. He tripped and fell down, injuring his leg.
He was given first aid there. He was later taken to a hospital in Ahmedabad for treatment. Nitin Patel is a BJP MLA since 2012. He was also the Deputy Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2016 to 2021 when Vijay Rupani was the Chief Minister.
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Story first published: Saturday, August 13, 2022, 16:50 [IST]
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