Army organizes tour for TA family personnel
Srinagar, Jan 22: Army on Tuesday said that it has organized Sair-e-Watan tour for families and children of remote villages of Kupwara district of the local Territorial Army Battalion.
Army’s Srinagar based spokesman said the tour was flagged off in the presence of number of dignitaries from the Army amid much enthusiasm. The tour is being undertaken for thirteen families and ten children under the aegis of Vajr Division.
This initiative, he said, would provide an opportunity to the families and children to witness the growth, development and uniqueness of their country. “It will give them an insight to the historical grandeur and cultural vastness of India. During the conduct of the tour, the families and children will visit Jammu, Delhi, Agra and Ajmer and see places of interest like Raghunath Bazar, Bagh-e-Bhau, India Gate, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Jamia Masjid, Taj Mahal and other local site seeing heritage enroute,” he said.
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