India’s tallest Tricolor hoisted at Attari border in Punjab

The tallest national flag in the country measuring 360 feet was hoisted at the Attari-Wagah joint checkpost in Punjab.

Earlier, the record was held by the one in Ranchi which is 293 feet high. The new flag can be seen from Lahore in Pakistan. The flag is 120 feet in length, 80 feet in breadth and is hosted on a pole which is 360 feet high. The concrete base is 30 feet in length and another 30 feet in breadth. The foundation has been designed in such a way that the flag will be able to withstand high-velocity winds up to 180 km an hour.
Punjab Local Bodies Minister and senior BJP leader Anil Joshi hoisted the flag.
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Source- The Indian Express

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