BSF martyrs and their families honored at music event at Attari Border

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Ahmedabad: The second edition of World Peace Rally 2022 which started at Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad participated in a music event at Attari Border on July 3. The famous ‘Harmony of the Pines Orchestra’ of Himachal Pradesh State Police paid tribute to the BSF martyrs and 15 widows of the martyrs were honored during the event.
The rally is organized by Shree Sai Women and Children’s Welfare Trust and Roti Bank to send a message of peace to the world. Senior BJP leader Narhari Amin and Sarvodaya Seva Trust Managing Director Somabhai Modi, Gujarat DGP Ashish Bhatia and Gujarat University Vice Chancellor Professor Himanshu Pandya walked out of the rally on Friday.

The rally saw 10 disabled servicemen serving in the Defense Forces, Paramilitary Forces and Law Enforcement as Peace Ambassadors who traveled by road from Ahmedabad to Leh, Ladakh via Kartarpur in Pakistan and Wagah Border in Punjab.

Five peace ambassadors from Ahmedabad and five others from Amritsar joined the rally. They are to cross five states and three union territories, namely Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana, Chandigarh, Punjab, J&K and Himachal Pradesh, over a 20-day period covering over 5,000 km in eight SUVs.

Shree Sai Women and Children Welfare Trust conceived the idea of ​​the World Peace Rally to spread the message of peace in 2019. It was to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela and the decade of peace defined by the United Nations from 2019. -2028.

The first global peace rally also took place from Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad to Ambedkar House in London. As part of the first gathering, teenage martyrs from the Indian Air Force, Indian Army, CRPF and Maharashtra State Police participated as five peace ambassadors.