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Educational tour flagged off at Mahore
JAMMU, Sept 8: An Educational-cum-Motivational tour for the youth hailing from remote and far flung area of Tehsil Mahore was flagged off by the Commanding Officer of the Rashtriya Rifles Battalion, based at Sarh, today.

The tour comprising 25 youth has been organised by the Rashtriya Rifles Battalion, under the aegis of Counter Insurgency Force (Uniform), for the duration of ten days to Mumbai and Pune, as part of the ongoing Operation Sadbhavana. The Commander, Sector Rashtriya Rifles was the chief guest at the function.

The aim of the tour is to showcase the development of the country to the youth from the remote and far flung areas, as also to provide them an opportunity to visit important places of interest and to interact with the people of those regions and also eminent personalities, thereby widening their horizon.

During the tour, the students will get an opportunity to visit prestigious industries, establishments and historic monuments in Mumbai and Pune i.e. Gateway of India, Chatrapati Shivaji Museum, Haji Ali Mosque, Mahalaxami Race Course, Elephanta Caves, model village Kudje and National Defence Academy. During the tour, they will also get an opportunity to interact with senior Army officers and Civil Dignitaries

The Army is not only taking these youth for tour, but also kitting them in smart track suits, caps and branded shoes. Tremendous efforts have gone in planning and executing the tour, including train reservations, accommodation, medical cover and interactions with VIPs.

While speaking on the occasion, the Commander said that the children on tour would give the message of peace and harmony in the places, they would visit and learn from the rich cultural heritage of our country. He also thanked the parents of the children and the school for supporting the efforts of the Army.

News Updated at : Monday, September 9, 2013
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