PM Modi Likely To Celebrate Diwali With Soldiers Tomorrow: Sources
PM Modi on Diwali: In 2017, PM commemorated Diwali with soldiers in north Kashmir. (File)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to spend Diwali tomorrow with soldiers, a custom he has followed every year given that he came to power in 2014.
Some reports recommend the Prime Minister will remain in Gujarat while others recommend he will be at a forward area in Rajasthan’s Jaisalmer when the nation celebrates one of its most significant festivals.
PM Modi also tweeted his homage to soldiers, advising people to light Diyas for those who secured the borders. “This Diwali, let us likewise light a Diya as a #Salute 2Soldiers who fearlessly safeguard our nation. Words can’t do justice to the sense of thankfulness we have for our soldiers for their exemplary nerve. We are also grateful to the households of those on the borders,” he wrote on a day four soldiers died for the nation as Pakistani soldiers broke the ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir. 3 civilians were also killed in the enormous flare-up at the Line of Control on Friday.
This Diwali, let us also light a Diya as a #Salute 2Soldiers who fearlessly secure our country. Words can’t do justice to the sense of thankfulness we have for our soldiers for their exemplary courage. We are also grateful to the households of those on the borders. pic.twitter.com/UAKqPLvKR8
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 13, 2020
Chief of Defence Personnel General Bipin Rawat may sign up with the Prime Minister on his go to.
Last year, PM Modi visited Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district to commemorate Diwali with soldiers guarding the Line of Control (LoC).
The year before, he was at the in Uttarakhand. In 2017, he spent the celebration of lights with soldiers published at Gurez sector of north Kashmir.
PM Modi spent his very first Diwali in workplace with soldiers at Siachen, the world’s highest battleground. He reportedly invested Diwalis in a comparable manner when he was Chief Minister of Gujarat.
Saturday’s visit will be the 2nd time this year that the PM is connecting with soldiers. In July, he made a surprise see to a forward post in Ladakh at the height of a border conflict with China following a clash on June 14 when 20 soldiers died for the country at Galwan Valley.
” Bharat Mata’s enemies have seen your fire and fury,” he stated, addressing soldiers of the Leh-based 14 Corps, referred to as the Fire and Fury Corps.
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