The Bihar Post

Bihar set to unfurl world’s longest tri-colour on 70th Independence Day


PATNA: A man from Bihar has planned to unfurl world’s longest tricolor to mark India’s 70th Independence Day tomorrow.

The world’s longest tri-colour which will be 7100-meter-long is scheduled to be unfurled in eastern Bihar town of Purnia.

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“We have planned to unfurl it by forming a human chain since it is too long and can’t be unfurled through a bamboo/steeel pole,” said Sunil Suman who has prepared the flag.

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According to him, around 15,000 students involving school children, scouts and guides and NCC cadets will join the human chain which will be some seven km-long.

He said it took 8,000 meters of clothes and over a month time to prepare the national tri-colour.

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