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Indian Army strengthens bonds with locals by celebrating Raksha Bandhan in Tinsukia

In a heartwarming celebration of Raksha Bandhan, the Indian Army joined hands with the local community in Tinsukia to commemorate the spirit of protection and unity. The event, held on the 30th of August 2023, saw the participation of women, NCC cadets, and school children who came together to express their gratitude and solidarity with the soldiers who worked tirelessly to ensure the safety and security of the region.

The occasion witnessed the convergence of around 150 girls from various age groups, hailing from both villages and towns, at nearby Army Camps. With heartfelt joy and harmonious camaraderie, these young participants tied Rakhi threads on the wrists of the soldiers, symbolizing the bond of protection and care that the army extends to the community.The radiant smiles on the faces of the local women and children served as a powerful source of motivation and inspiration for the troops.

The exchange of Rakhi threads not only underscored the commitment of the Indian Army but also marked a significant step towards fostering stronger ties between the local population and the armed forces.The Raksha Bandhan celebrations highlighted the shared values of safeguarding and mutual respect, reflecting the essence of unity that transcends boundaries.

This event is a testament to the enduring partnership between the Indian Army and the local community, reinforcing the spirit of cooperation and trust that lies at the heart of a secure and harmonious society.

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