Tourists visiting Jaisalmer will now be able to see the Indo-Pak border from close proximity

Published on : Friday, January 28, 2022

Tourists visiting Jaisalmer will now be able to see the Indo-Pak border from closevicinity. BSF is working on a border tourism model a little further thanTanot Mata temple to create a Waghah-Attari border like charm.

The initiative will be in the form of Beating Retreat ceremony at Babliyanafter next month and would be soon extended to Bikaner’s Sanchu and Khajuwala border posts.

IG, BSF (Rajasthan Frontier) PankajGoomar said that every citizen of India has a wish to visit the international border and keeping this in mind, the BSF has been working on a model to develop tourism at the border posts close to the border.

“For this, a stadium with a seating capacity of 2,000 visitors has already been built at Babliyan post. In the beginning, we would hold Beating Retreat event like the one at Atari border from next month,” said Goomar.

BSF has taken this initiative in association with the state government. While catering to the wish of the citizens to have a glimpse like Wagah-Attari Indo-Pak border, this initiative is also aimed toward instilling a sense of patriotismamong visitors.

A large number of tourists and devotees visit Tanot Mata temple every year and almost all of them aim to visit the Indo-Pak border, which is about 20 kms from the temple.

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