ITBP honours Ladakh boy after his ‘high Josh’ salute wins internet
In October, the ITBP had shared the clip on its main Twitter deal with after which it went viral. The video had actually captured the young kid saluting the troops.
A month after the video of a 5-year-old kid in Ladakh saluting a team of Indo-Tibetan Border Cops workers went viral the paramilitary force honoured him today, November 15.
Nawang Namgyal is a lower kindergarten trainee and belongs from Chushul in Ladakh.
In October, the ITBP had actually shared the clip on its official Twitter manage after which it went viral.
The video had caught the young kid saluting the soldiers that likewise taught him the ideal gestures to salute.
Namgyal has now been honoured with a custom-made made ITBP uniform. He has also been filmed by the paramilitary force doing drill at the camp. The video has actually again been shared by the ITBP on social networks platform with the title “Delighted and inspiring once again!”. The video has when again become a feeling on the web.
After the ITBP shared Namgyal’s video of being honoured with the Uniform on Twitter, the old video resurfaced and began to pattern.
The minute the video was shared, Twitter was flooded with affection for the young boy. Many called him a “soldier in making”, “Charming soldier” and “Future soldier”.
Namgyal is a son of a school teacher and frequently visits ITBP camp in the Chushul location of Ladakh.
The enthusiastic kid saluting with ‘high josh’ was randomly clicked by an ITBP Officer on the morning of October 8.
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