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In Kerala, India, the political group Democratic India Congress (Karunakaran)
uses an Indian tricolour with a charkha and picture of Indira Gandhi on the
white field, as seen here:
Knut A. Berg, 24 April 2006
image by J.A. Sommansson
A white over green horizontal bicolor.
J.A. Sommansson, 25 January 2005
The flag of the Majlis Bachao Tehreek (Movement Save Majlis), an Islamic
political party in Andhra Pradesh, India, can be seen at
is a breakaway group of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen.
J.A. Sommansson, 24 January 2005
http://mbt.8m.com//mbt123.html shows a flag in
this photo. It includes a candidate's
name (Vizarat Rasool Khan) on the bottom edge of a red (?) flag with a white (?)
"Pakistan type" crescent and star at the upper fly with six additional star from
10 o'clock to 4 o'clock around it and "MBT" vertically on the hoist.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 31 March 2006
image from The Hindu Images
The caption on the
web page relates: Flags in various hues and colours, with their symbols,
belonging to the Democratic Peoples Alliance partners of Tamil Nadu for the
ensuing parliamentary election, the dates for which are yet to be announced by
the Election Commission, being displayed at the Saidapet Panagal Building in
Chennai, on February 24, 2004. Photo: M. Moorthy
The interesting flag here is the blue-yellow-red tricolour between the DMK black/red and the H&S of the CPI(M) which from this site can be determined to be the
flag of the PMK, Pattali Makkal Katchi, a Tamil Nadu party based in the Vanniyar community.
Knut A. Berg, 9 May 2005