Attari-Wagah border ceremony makes it to World Book of Records

AMRITSAR: The daily Retreat ceremony held at the Attari-Wagah joint check post by the Border Security Force (BSF) has been listed by the World Book of Records (WBR), London, an organisation that catalogs and verifies world records across the world.

Attari-Wagah border ceremony makes it to World Book of Records

Officials of the World Book of Records, London, hand over a certificate to BSF officers. Tribune photo

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Amritsar, August 14

The daily Retreat ceremony held at the Attari-Wagah joint check post by the Border Security Force (BSF) has been listed by the World Book of Records (WBR), London, an organisation that catalogs and verifies world records across the world.

The BSF in a release issued on Wednesday stated that officials of the WBR, London, led by its Punjab president, Randeep Singh Kohli, handed over the certificate of listing to JS Oberoi, DIG of BSF — TNS.

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