Robbers gave solely Rs 50 for years – The New Indian Categorical

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BENGALURU: When your complete nation is celebrating ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ as a part of India’s seventy fifth Independence Day celebrations, listed here are some unsung heroes who hoist the tricolor at Vidhana Soudha on daily basis and are paid solely Rs 50 per day , along with their common wage.

They’re now solely demanding to extend the allowance to Rs 100. There are seven such staff recruited as Group ‘D’ staff who work in three shifts each day to meet their flag responsibility. They work with dwelling guards or police personnel.

Jhanda pole 30 toes excessive is on the fourth ground which is 150 toes excessive from the bottom. Because of this the flags we see from outdoors Vidhana Soudha are hoisted 180 toes above the bottom stage. The workers on flag responsibility use the raise until the third ground after which climb the steps.

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The flag is hoisted barefoot in Soudha

“It isn’t that straightforward to hoist the flag at Vidhana Soudha. There are some guidelines that have to be adopted. They need to be hoisted at a selected time at dawn and brought off at a hard and fast time at sundown. It must be hoisted barefoot. As soon as it’s eliminated, there’s a certain technique to bend it,” Antony Das, the senior-most worker on flag responsibility, informed The New Indian Categorical. He’s doing this work for the final 26 years.

Like Antony, his associates additionally work in day and night time shifts. “Rain or sunshine, there isn’t any vacation for them. What can occur if the dawn is at 6.22 pm, they need to hoist the flag at the moment. These guidelines power individuals to succeed in the spot ten to fifteen minutes earlier,” stated DPAR sources.

These staff are paid salaries for his or her common work, which incorporates opening and shutting the doorways of workplaces in Vidhana Soudha, together with the workplaces of the Chief Minister and Chief Secretary. There isn’t a mounted timing as on many events they lock the doorways until late at night time. DPAR sources stated they’re paid Rs 50 per day as flag responsibility. “It was Rs 15 per day in 2013 and Rs 25 per day in 2016 and the quantity has not been elevated since then.

Official sources within the DPAR stated that their demand to extend it to Rs 100 per day has not been fulfilled to date. The flag they hoist at Vidhana Soudha is among the largest flags in Karnataka which is 8 toes excessive and 12 toes extensive. It’s so huge that it was seen from the KR Market space.

However over time, new high-rise constructions have emerged that hinder the flag’s view. These are Khadi flags introduced from Khadi Village Industries Unit in Hubli. Round ten to fifteen flags are stored prepared at any given time.

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