Srinagar: Army’s Chinar Corps on Tuesday installed a high mast 104 feet national flag along the Line of Control at Teetwal area of Jammu Kashmir’s Kupwara district.
Chinar Corps Commander Lieutenant General Rajiv Ghai dedicated to the citizens a high mast 104 feet national flag “Azmat-e-Hind” on LoC at Tithwal today.
The event was attended by civil dignitaries, Ex Service men and School children also.
The General officer Commanding 15 Corps lso inaugurated the 1st edition of Tiranga Cup-2023 Cricket Tournament at Shan-e-Tithwal Cricket Ground aimed to promote sports & young talent in Kashmir.
As many as 32 teams from Karnah area of the district are participating in the 23 day event that begins today.
“104 ft High National Flag at Tithwal, #Kupwara along the LoC’ #ChinarCorps Cdr dedicated a High Mast National flag ‘Azmat-e-Hind’ along the LOC at Tithwal, Kupwara today to the citizens of the border area. The event was attended by civil dignitaries, Ex-Servicemen & school #children. The GOC also inaugurated the 1st edition of Tiranga Cup-2023 #Cricket Tournament at Shan-e-Tithwal Cricket Ground, aimed to promote #sports & young talent in #Kashmir. 32 #teams from Karnah are participating in the event from 21 Nov-13 Dec 2023”, Srinagar based Chinar Corps of Indian Army said on X.