Rakshabandhan is the festival of trust and affection wherein sisters tie Rakhi to their brothers for their well-being and long life.District Administration Ferozepur organised a special Rakhi function for the BSF Jawansat Hussaniwala Border outpost at Indo-Pakistan border.
The girls from border villages of GattiRajoKe, JalloKe, HajareWala tied Rakhi to the BSF Jawans.Amrit Singh, IAS Deputy Commissioner Ferozepur was also present at the occasion and she was seen tying Rakhi to the Jawans. She said that “these Jawans are always on duty and away from their families at the time of all festivals.
On this special day,they must be missing the presence of their sisters, so as an expression of love, affection, gratitude and solidarity we have come here to tie Rakhis to them.She added that Border Security Forces are not only protecting their own sisters but every citizen of the Country.”
Jawans were touched by this gesture and said that they were grateful to the District Administration especially the Deputy Commissioner and they felt as if their sisters were with them today. Female Constables of BSF posted tied Rakhi to Punjab Police Personnelsand expressed their affections for them.
ShBerinder Kumar 2nd in Command 136 Bn BSF, ShKarnipal Singh Rathore AC, Inspector Gurdeep Singh with the Jawan and Rattandeep Sandhu DPO Ferozepur, Veena Rani, Surinder Kaur, Kuljinder Kaur, Tajinder Singh, Abhishek and staff of GattiRajoke School were present at the occasion.