Indian Army Lights Up More Than 200 Mud Houses In J&K, Distributes Solar Lights


The last few days have been a testament for all of us that India would never be able to do without the Indian Army. It is almost as if the Army’s continuous efforts is keeping all of us up and running, in every sphere of life.

Continuing its efforts to extend a helping hand to those in need, the Army distributed more than 200 solar lights among the nomadic communities living in the high altitude areas in Jammu and Kashmir.

The Army’s Rashtriya Rifles unit based in Bhadarwah has so far distributed over 17,000 such lights among the Gujjars and Bakerwals under its ‘Project Roshni’ (project light). Read more

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