The ‘Swarnim Vijay Varsh Victory Flame’ that reached Military Station Dhrangadhra yesterday, was carried to the resident of the senior-most veteran of the area Captain Sudhir Kumar (Retired) today. To pay respect to the veteran, the victory flame was carried to his house. Series of events were conducted to celebrate the presence of the ‘Swarnim Vijay Varsh Victory Flame’ in the station.
A Blood Donation Camp in which more than 100 soldiers donated their blood was carried out. In addition to this Equipment’s display, a cultural programme wherein school children participated with bursting motivation and enthusiasm was organized. The programme was attended by soldiers, War Veterans, Veer Naris and Civil Dignitaries. At the end of the cultural programme, the Veer Naris were felicitated by Station Commander, Military Station Dhrangadhra.
The Victory flame was carried to all the unit’s Quarter Guards to pay homage. A War Documentary was screened at the Sarvatra Cinema hall as well. The families and children of the station along with the Swarnim Vijay Team witnessed the same.
Yesterday, the local MLA along with the people of Dhrangadhra and civil dignitaries gave an overwhelming welcome. Soldiers, NCC cadets and students from Army Public School and Kendriya Vidyalaya also participated in ‘Last Mile Run’ with great enthusiasm.
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