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[Flag of Bodoland] image by Jakub Grombír

The flag of Bodoland, an aspirant people of India, requesting independence (see The flag is green with a red circle in the upper left corner, bearing a five-pointed golden star. Bodos are of Tibetan origin and live in northeast India (Assam and Arunachal Pradesh).
Jakub Grombír, 18 February 2005

See also:

National Democratic Front of Bodoland

[Flag of National Democratic Front of Bodoland] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 2 April 2006

The National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) was founded in 1986. It is led by president Ranjan Daimary. The front has a cadre strength of estimated 3500 fighters and is struggling for an independent Bodoland in districts north of the River Brahmaputra. It was banned by Indian government under "Prevention of Unlawful Activities Act of 1967". Its area of oparation are the towns and districts of Dhubri, Kokrajhar, Bongaigaon, Barpeta, Darrang district, Sonitpur(?), Kamrup district and Nalbari district.

Source: Outlook //20th October 2003 // Indian weekly in English Language, page 42-43

Description of the flag:
The flag is a yellow over red bicolor of unknown ratio. At the fly end of the red field there are two white crossed objects, but I have no idea whether they are weapons or tools or sacred objects.

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 23 October 2005