Lieutenant Colonel MS Dhoni Likely To Unfurl Tricolour In Ladakh This Independence Day

Lieutenant Colonel MS Dhoni Likely To Unfurl Tricolour In Ladakh This Independence Day

Previous Indian cricket commander Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who is as of now presenting with the Indian Army in the bleeding edges in Jammu and Kashmir could be in for a significant privilege this Independence Day on August 15.

The privileged lieutenant colonel in the Indian Army is probably going to spread out the tricolor on the event of Independence Day in Leh in the recently made association domain of Ladakh, reports have guaranteed.

IANS citing safeguard sources detailed that Dhoni is booked to go alongside his regiment to Leh on August 10, notwithstanding, authorities did not reveal the definite area at which Dhoni is probably going to raise the national banner on August 15.

38-year-old Dhoni is right now posted in Kashmir with 106 TA Battalion (Para) of the military and will be there till August 15.

Dhoni, a privileged lieutenant colonel is at present positioned in Khrew in the Pulwama locale of Jammu and Kashmir, alongside individuals from his force.

“Dhoni is a brand diplomat of the Indian Army. He has occupied with persuading individuals from his unit and has regularly been playing football and volleyball with the warriors. He is likewise embraced fight preparing practices with the corps. He will stay in the valley till August 15,” said a senior armed force official.

The 38-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman has taken a two-month break from dynamic cricket, after India was defeated of the Cricket World Cup following a misfortune to New Zealand in the semi-last, to serve his regiment in the Kashmir Valley.

This Independence Day is huge for Ladakh as it the first since the Buddhist larger part district was proclaimed an association region, satisfying the long-standing interest of the individuals.

In any case, dissimilar to Jammu and Kashmir which was deprived of statehood and made an association domain, Ladakh won’t have an official and will be controlled straightforwardly the Center.

On August 5, in a memorable choice, India denied Article 370 of the Constitution which gave an uncommon status to Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcated it into two association domains.


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