Aimy Meir 15 Questions 61 Answers 5 Best Answers 441 Points View Profile 0 Poll Aimy Meir Asked: February 21, 2020In: India Which of the following is known as the “Berlin Wall of Asia”? 0 Poll Results 100%Wagah border ( 3 voters ) 0%India 0%Pakistan 0%China Based On 3 Votes Participate in Poll, Choose Your Answer. Wagah border India Pakistan China Berlin Wall of Asia Share Facebook 1 Answer Voted Oldest Recent Aimy Meir 15 Questions 61 Answers 5 Best Answers 441 Points View Profile Rani Singh Added an answer on February 21, 2020 at 11:46 am This answer was edited. Wagah border is known as “Berlin Wall of Asia”. Today we are going to tell you about the Tourist Place of Punjab, where tourists from all over the country and abroad come. Today thousands of people arrive at the Attari Wagah border today to watch the retreat ceremonies of BSF and Pak Rangers. There was nothing like that 68 years ago (1947). On the midnight of 14–15 August, when the country was partitioned, a part of India broke away as Pakistan and pulled the line. Attari villages became part of India and adjoining villages Wagah Pakistan. The Grant Trunk Road passing through it was flagged and Pakistan put a bamboo pole on its side and India put its flag on its side and a small gate was installed on one side and the flags of the two countries were placed on the big pillars. Given. During this time, anyone was inquired from the visitors on both sides. Police post formed in 1958 In 1958 a small police post was established here which still exists today. Here the police used to interrogate every visitor. With the establishment of the BSF in 1965, the responsibility of the place was entrusted to them and a series of retreats were started. Fencing imposed on the spread of terrorism The gate was further enlarged in the 1990s and after the outbreak of terrorism in Punjab in 1998, the entire border was put into fencing. In 2001, an audience gallery was built here where 15 to 20 thousand people watch the retreat. Currently, the gallery is being expanded again in the year 2015. 1 Reply Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Leave an answerCancel replyYou must login or register to add a new answer.