India's largest flag can been seen from Lahore in Pakistan

India's largest flag can been seen from Lahore in Pakistan

Amritsar: In what has added to the sense of patriotism at the Indo-Pak border at Attari near Amritsar, a 120-foot-long and 80-foot-wide tricolour was hoisted on a 360-foot flag post - India's tallest- meters away from the zero line.

Interestingly, Pakistan is not happy with India's decision to hoist the tricolor at the worldwide border and wants the flag to be installed away from the border. The pole is said to be visible from a long distance.

But Pakistani Rangers have filed an objection with the Border Security Force (BSF) over the flag.

The previous title-holder of the nation's highest flag was a 293-foot-high tricolour hoisted at Ranchi in Jharkhand. Well, Rs 3.50 crores was spent by Amritsar Improvement Trust on this project.

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Mr Joshi said in his statement that maintenance contract of the flag is given to a private company for next three years.

Pakistan dubbed the hoisting as an act of violation of worldwide treaties. However, the neighbouring country is suspecting India may use this flag pole for spying goal across the border. BJP minister Anil Joshi attended the inauguration before the beating the retreat ceremony at Attari-Wagah border in the evening.

Earlier, there was plan to hoist the tricolor on January 26 but due to some technical reason, the plan was shelved.

Whereas, Indian authorities maintain the 200-metre distance from the border is far enough that they have not violated any laws.