Delhi missed the record, ‘biggest tricolor’ program postponed, Deputy CM told this reason

Independence Day 2022: On the occasion of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, the whole country including the national capital Delhi (Delhi) is witnessing a wave of enthusiasm and enthusiasm. As the Independence Day is approaching, the number of programs is increasing. All the state governments are organizing programs at their own level. Meanwhile, the ‘biggest tricolor’ program of the Delhi Government was going to be held in Delhi today, but this program has been postponed. The reason for postponing this program is waterlogging due to rain. The Burari ground, where the event was to be held, has been flooded after rain, due to which the event has been postponed.

what the Deputy CM said
Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia has given information by tweeting about the postponement of the program. Manish Sisodia has said in his tweet that, on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of independence, the children of Delhi were going to make the biggest tricolor today, but due to rain water filling the Burari ground, this program is being postponed for the time being. Yesterday our kids also had a great rehearsal for it.

— Manish Sisodia (@msisodia) August 4, 2022

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What was said by the Delhi Government 
Earlier CMO Delhi had also tweeted saying that, tomorrow at 12 noon on Thursday, the children of Delhi together will make the world’s largest tricolor. On this occasion, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will also be present with the children to encourage them. In another tweet it was said that the whole country is celebrating 75 years of independence. On August 4, thousands of children of Delhi will make the world’s largest tricolor. Now we 130 crore Indians together will make India the number 1 country in the world.

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