Women of RAF 106 Battalion in Sundernagar lead Tiranga Yatra; infectious patriotism sweeps the community, honoring martyrs’ sacrifices for the nation’s unity.
JAMSHEDPUR – The foot march was joined by the female family members of RAF officers and jawans. The walk with the national tricolor stressed the importance of the national flag in no uncertain terms.
This walk with the national flag served as a touching tribute, commemorating those who gave their lives to safeguard the integrity and unity of the nation.
Directed by Babita Singh, president of Air Reserve Service for Women Blue, the Yatra became a significant and impactful event for the local populace.
Women who were RAF family members played an essential role, carrying signs to raise awareness about the brave martyrs who dedicated their lives to the country’s independence and unity.
The Yatra drew attention from many bystanders, who captured the patriotic journey through photographs, witnessing the immense passion of the participating women.
The female family members of the RAF 106 Battalion at the Sundarnagar camp organized a Tiranga Yatra, sparking a vibrant sense of patriotism among themselves, locals, and onlookers along the road leading to Sundarnagar Chowk.