First know this matter of Gurugram
Gurgaon Police has taken action against the driver of a car in DLF Phase III, Gurgaon, for hoisting the tricolor flag on the bonnet. When the police stopped the vehicle, the driver told that his owner had got this flag installed, whereas he did not have any permission regarding this. The police have registered a case and started investigating the matter. When the police stopped the vehicle, the driver told that his owner had got this flag installed, whereas he did not have any permission regarding this. The police have registered a case and started investigating the matter.
Now know the rules too, who can hoist the flag
This information has been given on the official website of the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Flag Code of India 2002 has been made regarding the hoisting of the national flag. In this, many rules have been made regarding flag hoisting and it has been told how the national flag should be used. In this flag code, some people have been given special rights to fly the flag in the car. Explain that the President, Vice President, Governor and Deputy Governor, Prime Minister and other Cabinet Ministers, Lok Sabha Speaker, Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker, Presidents of Indian Missions Posts abroad, Speakers of Legislative Assemblies, Chief Justice of India and High Court Judges are on the vehicle. Tricolor can be hoisted.
What is the provision of punishment for insulting the tricolor?
There is also a provision of punishment in the law of the country for insulting the tricolor. Under Section 2 of the Prevention of Insults to National Honor Act 1971, disrespect to the tricolor flag can lead to imprisonment of up to 3 years or fine or both. One more thing, when a foreign guest travels in a car provided by the government, the national flag is displayed on the right side of the car while the flag of the concerned country is displayed on the left side of the car.