BJP Leader Khushbu Sundar Uses Niger's Flag Instead of Indian Tricolour While Wishing Republic Day 2021, Twitterati Schools Her

Team Latestly
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New Delhi, January 26: BJP Leader Khushbu Sundar on Tuesday used Niger's flags instead of Indian tricolour while wishing the country on 72th Republic Day. Her post on Twitter sparked controversy and attracted criticism for confusing between Niger's and Indian Flag and using the wrong one. 'Actor Prasenjit Chatterjee's Portrait' Unveiled by President Ram Nath Kovind in the Name of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose? Mahua Moitra Hits Out at Government, Says 'God Save India.'

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Both the flags have similar pattern and colour schema. The flag of Niger is also a tricolour, which orange , white in green stripes. However, in the white strip which is the middle of the flag there is on orange colour roundel. In the Indian flag there is a Ashok Chakra - a 24-spoke wheel of navy blue colour in the centre. Khushbu Sundar Joins BJP After Resigning From Congress.

See the Tweet Here:

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Here is How Twitterati Reacted:

The Wrong Side !

 

New India's Flag?

Jumped Country !?

Is She Wishing Niger?

Khushbu Sundar is an actress, TV presenter who is predominately active in the South film Industry. Sundar joined the Bhartiya Janta Party in October last year. Before that she was a member of the Congress.