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Republic Day: ITBP Jawans in Ladakh Raise Indian Flag at -20° C

An ITBP contingent is also part of the 72nd Republic Day Parade in New Delhi.

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Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel on Tuesday, 26 January, celebrated the 72nd Republic Day at a high-altitude border outpost in Ladakh. Braving minus 20° Celsius, the jawans marched with the Tricolour flag on a frozen water body at 14,000 feet.

The ITBP personnel marched with the Tricolour on a frozen water body to mark India’s 72nd Republic Day.
(Photo Courtesy: ITBP)
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ITBP jawans celebrating Republic Day on the banks of Pangong Tso in Ladakh at a height of 14,000 feet.
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The ITBP contingent is also part of the Republic Day parade.
(Photo Courtesy: ITBP)
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ITBP jawans celebrating Republic Day on the banks of Pangong Tso in Ladakh at a height of 14,000 feet.
(Photo Courtesy: ITBP)
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The ITBP contingent is also part of the Republic Day parade.
(Photo Courtesy: ITBP)

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