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15 Rashtriya Rifles organises 'Village Games Festival 2021' in J-K's Kupwara

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15 Rashtriya Rifles organises 'Village Games Festival 2021' in J-K's Kupwara

15 Rashtriya Rifles organises 'Village Games Festival 2021' in J-K's Kupwara

To showcase the talents of the youth and to bring back the lost warmth among people due to the bone chilling winter season, Indian Army's 15 Rashtriya Rifles has organised Village Games Festival 2021 in Kupwara.

Village Games Festival was organized for the people of villages of Ramhal, Rajwar and Magam block.

The event witnessed large amount of gatherings.

Several youngsters showcased their talent in different activities and enthralled the audience.

The local visitors and many participating players appreciated the step taken by the Indian Army.


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