Indian Army renovates Cafe Freedom at LoC in Kashmir’s Uri

Indian Army renovates Cafe Freedom at LoC in Kashmir’s Uri

Kashmir is fast developing its offbeat destinations for tourism these days. After the state tourism board set up cafés, resorts and other tourist facilities in Kokernag, the Indian Army has renovated a café in Uri along the LoC.

According to the latest reports, the café named Café Freedom has been re-established at Kaman Aman Setu in the final post of the Indian Army in Kashmir. The café operations have begun after four long years. For long, the border areas of India have remained cut off from tourists, more so, in Kashmir.

Indian Army renovates Cafe Freedom at LoC in Kashmir’s Uri

Given the strife on the Indo-Pak border in Uri, it was impossible for any tourist to consider visiting the place. But thanks to the new initiative by the Indian Army, the cafeteria is functional in Uri to offer a border-visit experience to the visitors.

Visitors can enjoy a hot cuppa at the newly opened cafeteria, relish snacks, take a selfie on the bridge, and take souvenirs as a memory of their border visit. A towering 60 ft national flag has been installed at the café site, which looks impressive.

Uri is a town situated on the left bank of Jhelum river, about 10 km east of the LoC with Pakistan.

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