Army Installs 108 Feet Tall National Flag In North Kashmir

SRINAGAR: The Army on Sunday inaugurated a 108-feet high national flag in Hyderbaigh area of Pattan in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district.

PRO (Defence) Srinagar in a statement said that Major General SS Slaria General Officer Commanding CIF (Kilo) dedicated it to the citizens in Kashmir today. The installation of the high mast was completed in a record time of 30 days.

“The Flag constructed in collaboration with Flag Foundation of India, not only instils a sense of pride and honour amongst the citizens but also honours all the bravehearts who have laid down their lives towards eliminating terrorism,” he said in a statement.

He added that the project is a part of Har Ghar Tiranga campaign under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav initiative of the Government of India.

“The GOC appreciated the efforts of all those involved in completion of the project. Citizens of Hyderbaigh Pattan also appreciated the District Administration and the Army for this unique initiative, which will remain forever etched in the history of Pattan,” said PRO (Defence) Srinagar in a statement.

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