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India's first indigenous aircraft carrier INS Vikrant dedicated to the nation on 2 September

Tags: Defence

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate India's first indigenous aircraft carrier INS Vikrant at Cochin Shipyard Limited on 2 September 2022. At the commissioning event of INS Vikrant, PM Modi will also unveil the new flag of the Indian Navy.

IMPORTANT FACTS -

  • This has been confirmed by the Prime Minister's Office through an official statement issued on 30 August 2022. The Prime Minister will launch the first indigenously designed and built aircraft carrier as INS Vikrant.
  • The Prime Minister will also unveil the new naval flag, set aside the colonial past and in line with the rich Indian maritime heritage.

  • Naval flag is a maritime flag used by naval ships of different countries to denote their nationality.

  • The flag of the Navy may be similar to the national flag of the country they represent or it may be different from that.

  • In the case of India, the naval flag used by the Indian Navy is different from the national flag.

The naval flag was also changed in the past :

  • The Indian Navy has changed its flag several times during the pre-colonial era and once after gaining independence.

  • The Indian Navy got its first flag during the colonial period under British rule. The first flag of the Indian Navy, known as Her Majesty's Indian Marines (1879 to 1884) and the Royal Indian Marines (1892 to 1934), included the Star of India.

  • In 1928, the white flag of the Royal Navy was used by the Royal Indian Navy (1934 to 1950) along with the St. George's Cross and the Union Jack flag.

Post-Independence Indian Naval Flag Draft :

  • After gaining independence, on 26 January 1950, the Royal Indian Navy was rechristened the Indian Navy, with its crests and flags duly "Indianised". Accordingly, the Union Jack on the earlier flag was replaced by the tricolour or national flag of India in the canton (upper left corner of the flag).

  • In the year 2001, the flag of the Indian Navy was changed once again to distinguish it from the pre-colonial era accessories.

  • After receiving several complaints from sailors about the Blue Crest of the Indian Navy being indistinguishable from the Blue Sky; The government decided to re-adopt St. George's Cross.

  • In addition, the state emblem of India was also introduced at the crossroads of the cross. In 2014, there was another iteration of the flag with the inclusion of the Indian national motto in Devanagari script: Satyameva Jayate below the national emblem.

Need for change in flag of Indian Navy :

  • The decision to adopt a new flag for the Indian Navy also comes in line with colonial roots and the idea of separation from the past. In fact, the statement issued by the PMO in this regard also said that the new naval flag will obliterate the colonial past and will be "in line with the rich Indian maritime heritage".

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