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A three-day festival organized by the Pakistan Army will begin on May 17 in Chakothi


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The three-day festival organized by the Pakistan Army will start on May 17 in Chakothi, a town adjacent to the Line of Control.

CHAKOTHI: (Azadi Times) In the review meeting, the Commanding Officer Chakothi briefed the participants regarding the preparations and arrangements for the three-day Sports and Culture Festival starting from May 17 in Chakothi, Deputy Commissioner, SP Jhelum Valley Assistant Commissioner.

District Education Officers, the Chairman of District Council Jhelum Valley and Journalists, and officials of various departments participated in the meeting. Other tourism and cultural activities including Jat, Kashmiri Handicraft Exhibition will be organized.

During the festival, special measures have been taken to highlight the historical tourism heritage and cultural culture. In addition to highlighting the Kashmiri culture and culture, tourism will be promoted. Ga, local and national artists will perform.

Traditional songs will be presented in Pahari, Kashmiri, Gujri languages. Various stalls will be set up during the festival. All the old children are invited.

In the opening ceremony and the closing ceremony, military and military officials, special guests will attend the festival.

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