The Indian National Flag is a symbol of pride for Indian. It is also in government buildings, schools, and colleges, courts and even the Parliament that governs us. But the flag is made of cloth and the clothes burst after a time and Burst therefore, old people have to be dealt with and respectfully.
The Flag Code of India 2002 makes the rules of settlement very clear. Section II-2.2 (xiii) section of the Code of Clause states that when the flag is in a damaged or dirty situation it should be destroyed by fire or any other means which are in accordance with dignity.
The damaged flag should be put in the fire preferably. However, burying is another option in this regard, however, it causes some problems. As time goes on, some damaged pieces of the flag can change on the surface. Another thing that needs to be addressed is the flag should be dealt with completely and it should be done in complete privacy. It is very important that the flag be retained while destroying dignity. Therefore, it should not be put in pits or fire, instead the flag should be set on fire. It should be remembered that the national flag is a symbol of national pride, and its position does not matter, it has to be respected. It is a part of the respect that requires proper disposal of the flag.
JAY MAA BHARTI