The trekking expedition by Indian Army as part of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav has concluded on its third and final day today.
The soldiers of Indian Army successfully culminated the expedition by covering 75 villages in five different blocks in just three days.
On the final day of trekking expedition, the soldiers covered 15 villages in the blocks of Dwarahat, Chaukhutia, Syaldeh, Sult and Bhikiyasen.
The trekkers organized on-the-spot competitions for school children en route. These competitions included Tug of War, Volleyball Match, painting and other recreational activities.
These children were also briefed on the ways to join Indian Army. Lectures on ways to get enrolled in Sainik School and other feeder Institutes for NDA were conducted.
The trekking team also motivated the children through interaction on subjects like drug addiction, women empowerment, child development and leadership qualities.
The winners were felicitated and refreshments were also distributed to the participants. The culmination of the trekking expedition will be celebrated at Chaukhutia on 3rd of this month.
The culmination ceremony will invite Indian Army participants, veer naris, civilians and ex-servicemen to witness cultural performances by school children.
In addition to this, a medical camps for the local people will also be organized.