Recently, India's tallest national flag was unfurled in Belagavi which is also known as Belgaum in Karnataka. The 9,600-square-foot-wide flag on an over 110-metre-tall post was unfurled by Congress leader Ramesh Jarkiholi in the presence of several school children and prominent political leaders of Hindu, Muslim, Christian and Sikh institutions at the Kote Kere front.
Ramesh Jarkiholi said that in a statement "BJP isn't the sole custodian of nationalism and It is a proud moment for me that my dream of hoisting the tallest flag of the country in Belagavi is coming true."
Earlier, the country's largest tricolour on the tallest flag post - measuring 110 metres in length, 24 metres in width and 55 tons in weight was hoisted at Attari border. This flag in Belgaum beats the flag at the India-Pakistan border at Attari in Punjab. The flag is said to be a foot taller than the flag installed at Attari border.
Nation's tallest National banner from the normal city rise introduced in Guwahati. GUWAHATI: Assam on Tuesday committed India's tallest National Flag (from the normal city rise) to the individuals. The banner at Gandhi Mandap was brought about by the Chief Minister, Sarbananda Sonowal.