PM Modi reached the border to celebrate Diwali with soldiers - Newztezz Online


Saturday, November 14, 2020

PM Modi reached the border to celebrate Diwali with soldiers

 Today Diwali is celebrated across the country. On such a special occasion, PM Narendra Modi has reached Jaisalmer border in Rajasthan to celebrate Diwali with the soldiers of the country. Chief Minister of Defense Staff Bipin Rawat and Army Chief MM Narwane are also present on the occasion of Diwali.

The soldiers away from their families are very happy to see that PM Modi has come with them to celebrate Diwali. Earlier, on the eve of Diwali, PM Modi urged the people of the country to burn a lamp named after the soldiers of this festival. The PM tweeted and said, "This Diwali, let's also burn as a Diya Salute to Soldiers (Salute to the soldiers). The words of gratitude in our heart for the amazing courage of the soldiers cannot be described in words."

We are also grateful to the families of the jawans posted on the border. Since taking charge in 2014, PM Narendra Modi has been celebrating Diwali every year, spending time with soldiers in the forward areas of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir. In 2014, PM Modi celebrated Diwali with soldiers in Siachen.

In 2015, PM Modi celebrated Diwali among the Indian Army personnel in Punjab. Then he went to War Memorial of 1965 war and conveyed the message to Pakistan. In 2016, PM Modi arrived between the Army and Dogra Scouts of Himachal Pradesh. PM met the soldiers here as a friend.

Encouraged the soldiers and also took photographs. In 2017 also, PM Modi celebrated Diwali in Bandipora of Jammu and Kashmir with the BSF and Army personnel. Still gave a strong message to Pakistan. In 2018, PM Modi celebrated Diwali between Uttarakhand's Uttarkashi between Army and ITBP jawans.

On this occasion, he encouraged the soldiers by feeding them sweets. On 27 October 2019, Modi celebrated Diwali with soldiers in Rajouri. The PM arrived among the soldiers in army uniform. First we bow to the martyrs and then share the joy of Diwali by feeding sweets to the soldiers.

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