Tawang: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Thursday dedicated the 104-feet-tall national flag at Ngangpa Natme (Buddha Park) here to the people of the state.
The chief minister, who earlier hoisted the Tricolour, said that the “monumental flag” is a way of the state government to honour the patriotism of the people of Arunachal Pradesh towards the country.
The chief minister also congratulated the Indian Army, local MLA Tsering Tashi, the Tawang administration and its people for the flag.
Located at 10,000 feet above sea level, the national flag overlooking the Tawang city, is second highest in the country in terms of altitude. The highest national flag is located at Lukung near the Pangong Lake in Leh.
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