Amritsar: Pak continued his activities on India's Independence Day. He bowed his national flag half over the Attari Wagah border. On the other hand, Independence Day was being held at the Sadki border of Fazilka. During the visit, the Indian spectators were swinging in the festival and the spectators from Pakistan also started dancing. Seeing this, the Pak Rangers started showering lathis on them.
In fact, about 25,000 Indians celebrated Independence Day at the Sadiqi border in Fazilka, with a sense of patriotism. During this period, the programme was going on and the Indian spectators were swinging, and on the other hand, thousands of people standing along the Pakistani border also started dancing in full swing. The Pak Rangers started showering lathis on them.
LD Sharma, organiser of the event and head of the Border Area Development Front, said that when choreography on patriotic songs was presented during the Indian event, Pak citizens also stood in their borders. Pak Rangers used poles to induct them. On the other hand, Pakistan lowered its flag on the Wagah border and expressed its opposition to India.