PM Modi to Stay Up To Date With Diwali Practice Regardless Of Covid-19, May Celebrate Celebration with Soldiers in Jaisalmer
Preserving his custom of commemorating Diwali with the armed forces, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to take a trip to Rajasthan’s Jaisalmer on Saturday. The PM has been going to the forward areas on the celebration since 2014 when he elected to head the nation for the very first that. That year he went to Siachen, the world’s highest battlefield. This year too he will keep up with the practice despite the coronavirus pandemic.
According to reports, a number of leading Army, IAF and BSF authorities have actually already reached Jaisalmer to welcome the PM, who will arrive by an unique airplane around 8: 30 am. BSF director general Rakesh Asthana is anticipated to reach the location before Modi’s arrival. Chief of Defence Staff Bipin Rawat and Army chief MM Narvane might likewise accompany him. The prime minister will return around 12: 30 pm.
On Diwali eve, Modi interested the people to light a ‘diya’ as a “salute to soldiers”, saying words can underestimate to the sense of thankfulness for their exemplary nerve.
” This Diwali, let us likewise light a Diya as a #Salute 2Soldiers who fearlessly secure our nation. Words can’t do justice to the sense of appreciation we have for our soldiers for their excellent nerve. We are likewise grateful to the households of those on the borders,” he tweeted.
The prime minister likewise published an audio clip of his current ‘Mann Ki Baat’ broadcast in which he had actually very first offered a call to people to light a ‘diya’ for soldiers in Diwali. He had urged individuals to light a ‘diya’ (light) while they celebrate the festival to honour security forces protecting the country’s borders.
After Modi’s appeal, the BJP urged individuals to post a photo with ‘diyas’ for soldiers on social media. “This Diwali, PM Narendra Modi has actually introduced this special campaign to let us reveal our thankfulness for our bravest of the brave soldiers. Request you to post a photo with diyas for our soldiers utilizing #Salute 2Soldiers on social media,” the party said.
Considering that presuming office in 2014, the prime minister has been celebrating Diwali by investing time with soldiers in forward locations in states like Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab, and the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
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