The Indian Army's Chinar Corps observed its 78th raising day in Srinagar, three years after it celebrated the centenary year, on Wednesday. The Corps is responsible for guarding the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir. A function was held at the Chinar Corps headquarters to mark the raising day. The Chinar Corps had celebrated its centenary raising day on January 12, 2016. A series of events, including an air show, combat freefall by paratroopers and a display by the force's special dog unit, was held as part of the celebrations.