Army dedicates 100 feet high tricolor to the nation at Ski Resort Gulmarg in Jammu and Kashmir

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Srinagar: Indian Army dedicated the 100-feet-high tricolor to the nation on Tuesday at Gulmarg, a famous ski resort in Jammu and Kashmir, as part of the 75th Independence Day celebrations. Defense spokesman Col Amaron Mousavi in ​​Srinagar said, “The 100 feet high national flag was dedicated to the nation today (Tuesday) in Gulmarg in a simple ceremony as part of celebrations to mark 75 years of independence. The ceremony was presided over by Army Commander, Northern Command, Lt Gen YK Joshi. He said that this flag will become another center of attraction for the tourists in Gulmarg of Baramulla district. During the ceremony, the Army Commander said that this flag is a tribute to the countless Kashmiris who have made sacrifices while protecting the unity and integrity of the nation.

He said that this flag would become another center of attraction for the tourists in Gulmarg in Baramulla district. During the ceremony, the Army Commander said that this flag is a tribute to the countless Kashmiris who have made sacrifices while protecting the unity and integrity of the nation.

The spokesman said that Gulmarg was one of the places along the Line of Control where Pakistani troops had infiltrated in 1965 and that the intelligence of a young shepherd, Mohammad Din, and he immediately alerted the security forces to the Indian Army. The army had got a lot of help in defeating the nefarious designs of Pakistan.

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Colonel Mousavi said that Lt Gen YK Joshi also honored the families of soldiers who made sacrifices in the service of the nation. A large number of people had reached this function.

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