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Lt Gen Rajiv Ghai hoists tallest Tricolour ‘Azmat-e-Hind’ at Tithwal

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Srinagar: Chinar Corps Commander, Lt Gen Rajiv Ghai hoisted the tallest tricolour in the area from the ramparts of Tithwal-Chileana Crossing Point (TCCP), Tithwal in the presence of civil & military dignitaries of Kupwara District. 

“The flag named “Azmat-e-Hind” was hoisted at Tithwal just 100 meters from Lower Neelum Valley Road of POK. The tricolour flag hoisted at Tithwal is a symbol of our national pride,” said PRO (Defence), Srinagar.

“The inauguration of the flag was followed by a cultural program organised by the students of AGS, Tithwal and the people of Karnah Valley,” the PRO said.

“The event culminated with the interaction of the Chinar Corps Commander with the citizens who were present in large numbers. Approximately 500 people, including School Children, Ex-Servicemen and civil dignitaries, participated in the event,” he said.

“The Chinar Corps Commander also inaugurated the 1st edition of the Tiranga Cup-2023 Cricket Tournament at Shan-e-Tithwal Cricket ground. The tournament will be played over three weeks from 21 Nov to 13 Dec. A total of 32 teams from the Karnah sub-division will be participating in the tournament,” he added.

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