Indian Army’s Maratha Soldiers To Summit Mount Kun In Kargil To Celebrate Glorious Past

The Maratha Light Infantry is all set to scale 7077-meter high Mount Kun in Kargil to celebrate 250 years of its raising. The Indian Army’s unit has set out on the mountaineering expedition from Pune on Tuesday, July 17.

Lieutenant General DR Soni, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief – Southern Command, flagged off the expedition, which is led by Lieutenant Colonel Yogesh Dhumal, in presence of senior officers from the Maratha Light Infantry.
The flag-off included handing over a symbolic ice axe by the Army Commander to the team leader of the expedition. Read More

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