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Indian Army donates Rs 1 lakh for maintenance of Peer Baba Dargah

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Indian Army donates Rs 1 lakh for maintenance of Peer Baba Dargah

Indian Army donates Rs 1 lakh for maintenance of Peer Baba Dargah

Indian Army organised felicitation ceremony for maintaining communal harmony at Sune Gali Border, Poonch by donating Rs 1 lakh for the maintenance of historical Peer Baba Dargah.

It is believed that Sune Gali Peer Baba, a mystic, used to wander in this border area in the year 1920-1925.

People from all faiths used to come here from all parts of J-K.

Mohd Sultan, a Mufti said, "It's a very good environment here.

The people who used to come here from different places mostly women have been provided facilities of staying here.

I am grateful to the Indian Army who donated Rs 1 lakh."Abdul Hafeez, Sarpanch said, "I am thankful to Indian Army for cooperation and support who had maintained the Peer Baba Dargah." Mohd Shreef, Imaam said, "I am grateful to Indian Army for providing bathroom and water facilities earlier and now the facilities here at Peer Baba Dargah."


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