Army hosts Iftar party
Bandipora, Aug 17: Army on Friday said that 14 Rashtriya Rifles hosted an iftar party in this north Kashmir district.
The spokesman of the 14-RR in a statement said the party was attended by over one hundred eminent personalities of Bandipora.
He said Brigadier Anil Puri, Commander 81 Mountain Brigade welcomed the guests along with other Army Officials.
Those who attended the party included Manzoor Ahmad Lone, Deputy Commissioner, Bandipora, Bashir Ahmad Khan, Superintendent of Police, Ghulam Rasool Naaz, Ex MLA, Bandipora and persons from the civil Administration, Police, Army Officials and the media persons.
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