India’s highest tricolour unfurled in Mumbai by Mukhtar Naqvi


Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi unfurled India’s highest tricolour on the terrace of the majestic Haj House in Mumbai. The national flag measured 20×30 feet and stood 350 feet above the ground level.

  • The flag is 20×30 feet in dimensions and stands 350 feet above the ground.
  • It is atop a 20-metre high mast on top of the iconic building near the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) in south Mumbai.
  • This makes it the highest tricolour installed on the terrace of any building of such height in the country.
  • This flag has been manufactured by Flag Company.
  • The minister also inaugurated a special ‘viewers gallery’ atop the Haj House to overlook the gems of Mumbai.
  • He also announced the schedule of Haj 2019 which will be 100 per cent subsidy free.
  • Further he announced the upcoming app designed for the online application process for Haj.