India gifts seven horses to Nepal Army

The Nepal Army on Wednesday received a gift of seven horses from the Indian Army.

Organising a special function, visiting Chief of Army Staff of India, Bipin Rawat, handed over a stallion light breed, two brood mares, two gelds and two donkey stallions to his Nepali Counterpart Rajendra Chhetri today.

Meanwhile, Rawat also paid a courtesy call on Chhetri at the NA Headquarters today. Read more

Credits: thehimalayantimes

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