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Narendra Modi Celebrates Diwali With Soldiers:- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrated Diwali on Sunday along with the troop of soldiers that are deployed in Rajouri, the border district of Jammu and Kashmir. Narendra Modi flew to Army Brigade headquarters in Rajouri and was accompanied by Army Chief General Bipin Rawat. Narendra Modi was spotted in a combat jacket and exchanged sweets, wishes to the Indian soldiers. He interacted with the troops for two hours across the Line of Control. Narendra Modi addressed 1000 soldiers in the meeting and he referred to the India's strike on Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camp on February 26th in Balakot.
Celebrated #Diwali with the brave soldiers of the Indian Army in Rajouri, Jammu and Kashmir.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 27, 2019
It is always a matter of great joy to be able to interact with these courageous personnel. pic.twitter.com/e9th01wwiy
While interacting with our soldiers, I thanked them on behalf of the people of India for their monumental service. Their vigilance and valour keeps our nation safe!— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 27, 2019
I also spoke about the major steps our Government is taking for the welfare of soldiers. pic.twitter.com/wG4yPn43Tg
Narendra Modi referred the soldiers as his family and hence he travelled all the way to celebrate Diwali with them. Whether there is a festival or not, you (forces) always think first of your duty. Although today Diwali is celebrated, today also marks a very significant day for us, especially for our forces" said Modi. He listed steps to strengthen and modernize the defense forces. Modi lauded the Indian Army and Border Security Forces for their efforts. Modi visited the 'Hall of Fame' in Rajouri and paid homage to the soldiers and brave citizens.
Anecdotes about the courage of our soldiers are widely shared but do you also know about the stupendous efforts of our armed forces during natural disasters? Their swift action saves many lives and prevents public property from being destroyed. pic.twitter.com/yKRm6dMUwI— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 27, 2019
(Video Source: NTV Telugu)