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Tributes paid to Malegarh martyrs

By ANN Service

NILAMBAZAR, Dec 18 - The Karimganj district administration, the BSF and NGO Patkai Trekker paid rich tributes to Indian sepoys who laid down their lives during the Sepoy Mutiny at Malegarh in 1857.

The programme started with the paying of floral tributes to the martyrs. Karimganj DC Ambamuthan MP, Superintendent of Police Mayan Kumar and BSF Commandant Manish Kumar paid tributes to the brave sepoys.

Malegarh, located on the Indo-Bangla border, is around 20 km away from this town.

The district administration has preserved a pistol, two swords and three canons used by the sepoys during the mutiny.

Patkai Trekker has been striving to put the site on the tourism map. It has appealed to the tourism department to take steps in this regard.

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Tributes paid to Malegarh martyrs

NILAMBAZAR, Dec 18 - The Karimganj district administration, the BSF and NGO Patkai Trekker paid rich tributes to Indian sepoys who laid down their lives during the Sepoy Mutiny at Malegarh in 1857.

The programme started with the paying of floral tributes to the martyrs. Karimganj DC Ambamuthan MP, Superintendent of Police Mayan Kumar and BSF Commandant Manish Kumar paid tributes to the brave sepoys.

Malegarh, located on the Indo-Bangla border, is around 20 km away from this town.

The district administration has preserved a pistol, two swords and three canons used by the sepoys during the mutiny.

Patkai Trekker has been striving to put the site on the tourism map. It has appealed to the tourism department to take steps in this regard.