Op Vijay: Military Conducts Motorbike Expedition From Kohima To Kargil To Honor Bravehearts – Thelocalreport.in

Incorporates: To commemorate the twenty fourth Kargil Vijay Diwas and the start of the Rajat Jayanti of Kargil Vijay Diwas, the Indian Military took out a Motorbike Expedition from Kohima to Kargil which ended on Saturday. The procession reached the Kargil Warfare Memorial in Dras, the place it was flagged off by Main Common Sachin Malik, Yudh Seva Medal Common Officer Commanding, Eternally in Operations Division. He together with the workforce members paid tribute to the Bravehearts who had sacrificed a lot throughout the “Battle of Mashkoh” in Operation Vijay.

This journey, which began on July 2, crossed 3700 kilometers of attention-grabbing and difficult locations, of the Northern Borders of the nation, from North East India to North India.

Main Common Sachin Malik additionally interacted with the workforce members and praised their bravery and willpower in enterprise the tough journey.

The occasion was heralded by the gathering of the sacred soil of the fallen souls from the battlefields of Drass to be given to their households of their hometowns, in eight areas and two territories of the Union. The tour to Kohima stopped at Dimapur, Rangia, Hashimara, Sukhna, Danapur, Varanasi, Lucknow, Delhi, and Chandigarh earlier than touring by means of Udhampur and Srinagar.

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This journey was the primary of its type, geared toward connecting the 2 sides of our nation from the North East to Ladakh, utilizing the alliance of our forces from the Northern Border areas to guard the integrity of the Nation.

The workforce additionally linked with all sections of the society highlighting the position of the Indian Military in nation constructing, encouraging the youth to hitch the Indian Military, and redressing the grievances of our Veterans and Veer Naris.

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