CRPF celebrates Holi with people of Ganderbal

The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel of 118 BN celebrated the festival of colours, Holi, in the Gund area in Central Kashmir’s Ganderbal. The officers and jawans smeared colours on each other and danced to the Holi. CRPF personnel from all regions celebrated this festival as in forces no festival celebration is organised on the regional bases. The Holi festival also marks the arrival of the spring season and Holi is a festival of colours, symbolic of joy and victory of good over evil. A CRPF Jawan said that this festival is the symbol of victory of good over evil and the enemy also becomes a friend. They celebrate Holi together. we are celebrating it like family so that jawans are away from stress,” he said. Commandant SS Yadav of 118BN said that they celebrate the festival altogether so that Jawans don’t feel alone in such situations when the whole country is in happiness and joy. “We provide all the facilities to jawans on the occasion of Holi like a family. Holi is the festival of peace and brotherhood and Jawans and locals are celebrating with brotherhood. The situation in Kashmir is getting normal and there is good coordination between the jawans’ and the local Kashmiris. Locals supported us a lot and celebrated Holi with us with great joy and happiness”. The jawans enjoy this day of holi with the unit which gives them the joy of the festival which they miss on this day at home. The locals also took part in this celebration to support the CRPF forces. He also wished the whole country on the occasion of Holi, especially Kashmiri with messages of happiness and brotherhood.

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