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Watch: Tributes paid to fallen heroes at Rajputana Rifles’ Remembrance Day

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Watch: Tributes paid to fallen heroes at Rajputana Rifles’ Remembrance Day

Watch: Tributes paid to fallen heroes at Rajputana RiflesRemembrance Day

The Rajputana Rifles of the Indian Army observed Remembrance Day at the Delhi Cantonment.

Lieutenant General KJS Dhillon, Colonel of the Regiment of Rajputana Rifles, also paid homage to fallen soldiers.

As per an official statement, the Rajputana Rifles is the oldest Rifle Regiment of the Indian Army with a glorious history of 245 years.

Every year on 25 November, the Regiment celebrates Remembrance Day at its Regimental Centre located at Delhi Cantt to remember its soldiers who have laid down their lives in the highest traditions of the Army safeguarding the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the nation.

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