Members of the royal family of Sarangarh in Chhattisgarh on Sunday filed a police complaint alleging that the ‘state flag’ on their palace was stolen and replaced by a saffron flag.
Members of the royal family of Sarangarh in Chhattisgarh on Sunday filed a police complaint alleging that the ‘state flag’ on their palace was stolen and replaced by a saffron flag. On behalf of Pushpa Devi Singh, the successor of the erstwhile princely state located in Raigad district, her family member Dr. A police officer gave this information.
He said that according to the complaint, an unidentified person was seen on Saturday evening at Giri Vilas Mahal located in Sarangarh town and this evening the princely flag of the family was found missing from the flag pole on the roof. According to the complaint, “a saffron flag was shown in its place”.
The complaint claims that the ‘state flag’ has been stolen. Action has been demanded in this. Police said that investigation is going on. The erstwhile Sarangarh tribal royal family has been associated with the Congress party and Pushpa Devi Singh has been an MP from Raigad seat reserved for the Scheduled Tribes.
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