New Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Saturday that his government has formed committees to take care of the 500 high-mast tricolors being erected across Delhi as part of its ‘Deshbhakti Budget’.
Each Tiranga Samman Samiti should mobilize 1,000 young volunteers to work on social welfare projects.
Tiranga Samman Samiti, a five-member body, will monitor and care for each flag’s condition.
“Tiranga Samman Samiti will inform PWD if a flag is torn, soiled, or has any marks from dust, storm, or pollution,” Kejriwal said at an event organized to address volunteers of Tiranga Samman Samiti at the Thyagaraj Stadium.
Kejriwal said these committees would mobilize 1,000 volunteers who would work for the welfare of the country and community.
Kejriwal said that the volunteers will be tasked with five duties: they will ensure that no one goes hungry in their area, they will ensure that no child is left out of school, and they will provide medical help to those in need, and they will keep their areas clean.
By August 15, all 500 tricolors will have been set up at different locations in Delhi, according to him. Last year, the government announced to the installation of 115-ft high tricolors throughout the city as part of its ‘Deshbhakti Budget’.