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Vajra Corps organizes Know Our Forces exhibition

Jalandhar, Aug 7, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
A military equipment and band display was organised at Jung-e-Azadi Memorial, Kartarpur on 07 Aug 22 under the aegies of Vajra Corps. The event was organised to celebrate 75th Independence Day with the aim to increase awareness about the Armed Forces, motivating the youth of the country and deepen the sense of patriotism.

The event was attended in large numbers by citizens including students of schools and NCC cadets. The might of the Indian Army was showcased through an ‘Equipment Display’ which included Infantry Weapons, Artillery Guns, Surveillance devices, Specialist vehicles and other lethal and advanced weapons. The audience also witnessed the tunes played by army band that was on display which turned out to be the highlight of the event of high patriotic fevour.

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