BSF and Pakistan Rangers exchange sweets at Attari-Wagah border.
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On the occasion of Diwali, Border Security Force (BSF) and Pakistani Rangers exchange sweets and extend Diwali greetings at Attari-Wagah border in Amritsar, Punjab. Meanwhile, 176 Battalion of Border Security Force exchanged sweets with 18 Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) at Fulbari Indo-Bangladesh border near Siliguri on the occasion of Diwali. Earlier on August 15, on the occasion of Independence Day, BSF jawans presented sweets to Pakistan Rangers. The Beating Retreat Ceremony is also organized daily at the Attari-Wagah border.
Beating Retreat Ceremony started in 1959
The Beating Retreat Ceremony was started in 1959 and is organized by the Indian Border Security Force (BSF). Let us tell you that officially the purpose of the Beating Retreat Ceremony is to formally close the border of India for the night. In the morning the national flag is hoisted with respect and before sunset it is taken down with respect. During this, our soldiers challenge the Pak Rangers with their gestures. In such a situation, the attic border is completely painted in the color of patriotism. During the march, the soldiers of both the countries raise their legs above the head.
West Bengal: 176 Battalion of Border Security Force (BSF) exchanges sweets with 18 Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) at Fulbari Indo-Bangladesh border near Siliguri on the occasion of Diwali. pic.twitter.com/hrb1heMvPL
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