Karnataka flag: Govt wants to make it official
Bangalore: An official flag created for the state of Karnataka was unveiled by the Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. The flag, which is known as ‘Nada Dwaja’, has a yellowish-white and red color in the middle of the state symbol ‘Gandabharenda’. The Chief Minister said that the opinion of the Kannada people is the desire to have a special flag for the state.
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It will be sent to the Union government after the approval of the state cabinet on Friday. “There was always a debate that the state needed a separate flag. Once approved, Karnataka will become only the second state in the Indian Union to have a separate flag, after Jammu and Kashmir. All Kannadigas aspired for this as well. The state government did not join in this debate, but also took a historic decision to get a state flag,” Siddaramaiah said after he unveiled the flag.
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