Swarnim Vijay Mashal Yatra grand welcome in Ghagwal

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Samba / Ghagwal. The Golden Victory Torch Yatra, a logo of India’s victory over Pakistan in the 1971 battle between India and Pakistan, was given a grand welcome on Thursday reaching Ghagwal in Samba district. The tricolor was held in the fingers of Panch-sarpanches, college kids, NCC cadets and dignitaries, together with officers and jawans of 6 Jaklai of the military. Flowers had been showered on the Victory Torch. As quickly because the autos of the Golden Victory Torch Yatra crossed the border of district Kathua and reached the district Samba space, the environment echoed with the vigor of Bharat Mata.
The Vijay Mashal Yatra, which originated from Ghagwal, reached the home of Raghuveer Singh, a resident of Kehli Mandi, Samba, who was martyred in the 1971 battle. Tributes had been paid right here in entrance of the statue of Raghubir Singh. Souvenirs had been additionally handed over to members of the family. Vijay Singh, son of Shaheed Raghubir Singh, stated that Havildar Veer Chakra Raghubir Singh was martyred on December 3, 1971 on the Khalra Ferozepur Bridge. The Golden Victory Torch will stay in Samba till 12 April.

Samba / Ghagwal. The Golden Victory Torch Yatra, a logo of India’s victory over Pakistan in the 1971 battle between India and Pakistan, was given a grand welcome on Thursday reaching Ghagwal in Samba district. The tricolor was held in the fingers of Panch-sarpanches, college kids, NCC cadets and dignitaries, together with officers and jawans of 6 Jaklai of the military. Flowers had been showered on the Victory Torch. As quickly because the autos of the Golden Victory Torch Yatra crossed the border of district Kathua and reached the district Samba space, the environment echoed with the vigor of Bharat Mata.

The Vijay Mashal Yatra, which originated from Ghagwal, reached the home of Raghuveer Singh, a resident of Kehli Mandi, Samba, who was martyred in the 1971 battle. Tributes had been paid in entrance of the statue of Raghubir Singh right here. Souvenirs had been additionally handed over to members of the family. Vijay Singh, son of Shaheed Raghubir Singh, stated that Havildar Veer Chakra Raghubir Singh was martyred on December 3, 1971 on the Khalra Ferozepur Bridge. The Golden Victory Torch will stay in Samba till 12 April.

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