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No joint or coordinated parade at Attari border this Republic Day

No public will be allowed due to Covid-19 restrictions. India will conduct flag-lowering as per daily schedule.

Shivani Arora

Shivani AroraBy Shivani Arora

Published on 18 Jan 2021 9:01 AM GMT

No joint or coordinated parade at Attari border this Republic Day
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No joint or coordinated parade this year at Attari border on Republic Day
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This year, there will be no joint or coordinated parade at the Attari border on Republic Day. Earlier, Pakistan and India used to do a joint parade, which spectators used to watch from both the side.

This year, no public will be allowed due to Covid-19 restrictions at the Attari border.

No parade, no public at Attari Border

A Border Security Force (BSF) senior official said, "No joint or coordinated parade this year at Attari border on Republic Day. No public will be allowed due to Covid-19 restrictions. India will conduct flag-lowering as per daily schedule."

Since March 7 public was not allowed at the Attari border due to Covid-19 restrictions.

According to sources, Pakistan since the last few weeks have allowed public as they are seen from the Indian side.

Also, India is not offering sweets to Pakistan on various occasions due to the tense relationship with Pakistan, sources said.

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BSF sources have also claimed that a meeting is scheduled this week to decide what can be done on Republic day.

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