Patel says Kejriwal corrected the mistake but never accepted he made one.

in image prahlad patel and arvind kejriwal

On Saturday, Union minister Prahlad Singh Patel said that Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal may have revised the infringement of the banner code yet didn't acknowledge that he submitted a mix-up in any case. 

"If a person commits an error by mistake, he accepts his mistake and then rectifies it. If Arvind Kejriwal ji had admitted his mistake and apologised, he would have shown his large heartedness. But his silence gives rise to doubts. You have not accepted your mistake, but at least corrected it. Thank you," Patel said in a tweet where he tagged the Prime Minister's Office and BJP president JP Nadda.

Patel, on May 28, had blamed Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal for utilizing the public banner as a 'decorative' thing during his question and answer sessions. However, he said the shadings and how it was isolated into three extents were not on top of arrangements of the Indian Flag Code determined by the home ministry. 

"It appears that the national flag has been used for decoration. The white portion in the centre appears to have been reduced and the green portion added to it, which is not in tune with provisions of the Indian Flag Code specified by the Ministry of Home Affairs," Prahlad Patel had claimed.

"Being a resident of India and holding the post of the proud chief minister of a state, everyone expects you to maintain the honour and the dignity of the Tricolour, a symbol of national pride," he further added. The letter was also sent to Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal.

Patel brought up that such utilization of the public banners was insolent and requested that the Delhi CM investigate area 2(ix) of The Prevention of Insults to National Honor Act, 1971 (which says that a banner can't be utilized as embellishing thing on the phase of a speaker) and segment 2.2(1) which expresses that the situation with the flag ought not to be rude.

Source: Hindustan Times 



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