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Welcome Centre’s decision to start Beat the Retreat ceremony at Suchetgarh: Mehbooba

Welcome Centre's decision to start Beat the Retreat ceremony at Suchetgarh: Mehbooba

 

Srinagar: PDP president Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday welcomed the Centre’s decision to start the Beat the Retreat ceremony at Suchetgarh on the Indo-Pak border, saying it will give a fillip to tourism and also improve cross-border ties.
Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Saturday inaugurated the retreat ceremony at the Octroi Post, Suchetgarh, on the international border.
“Welcome GOIs decision to start Beat the Retreat ceremony at Suchetgarh. Will certainly give a fillip to tourism and hope its taken further by using it as a trade and travel route between Suchetgarh and Sialkot,” Mehbooba wrote on Twitter.
The former chief minister of the erstwhile state said such confidence building measures improve cross-border ties and benefit both the sides economically too.

 

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Welcome Centre's decision to start Beat the Retreat ceremony at Suchetgarh: Mehbooba