On Saturday, India broke Pakistan’s international report when greater than 78,000 tricolors had been raised concurrently within the Bhojpur district of Bihar.
Just about 78,000 nationwide flags had been hoisted on the similar time in Bhojpur Bihar. (Symbol: India As of late)
At Bhojpur in Bihar, India broke Pakistan’s 18-year-old international report for the collection of other people waving the nationwide flag. With over 78,000 Indians waving the nationwide flag on the similar time at an match attended by way of Union House Minister Amit Shah, India broke Pakistan’s report on Sunday.
At the 164th anniversary of the demise of Veer Kunwar Singh, one of the most heroes of the 1857 rebellion in opposition to the British, an match was once arranged as a part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.
Union House Minister Amit Shah was once joined by way of most sensible BJP leaders from Bihar, together with Union Ministers R.Okay. Singh and Nityanand Rai, Deputy Leader Ministers Tarkishore Prasad and Renu Devi and their predecessor Sushil Kumar Modi waved the tricolor for a complete 5 mins because the nationwide tune Fonom performed “Vande Mataram”.
Even prior to the group of this program, The BJP has set a goal of 75,000 tricolors might be raised concurrently within the presence of Amit Shah on this program. The former international report was once set by way of Pakistan in 2004 when 56,000 Pakistanis waved their nationwide flag at an match in Lahore.
Amit Shah beats RJD
Talking right through Veer Kunwar Singh Vijayotsawa’s program, Amit Shah lashed out at RJD chief Tejashvi Yadav and remarked, “Simply shifting with out Lalu Prasad posters can not erase the reminiscence of jungle dominion.”
Amit Shah additionally recalled the function performed by way of the BJP, together with Leader Minister Nitish Kumar, in ridding Bihar of the “jungle raja”.
Significantly, this was once Amit Shah’s first discuss with to Bihar in additional than two years. His closing excursion of Bihar happened in January 2020 when he spoke at a rally within the Vaishali house following controversy between CAA, NPR and NRC.