Jawans my family: Modi celebrates Diwali with soldiers in Gurez, J&K

Remigio Civitarese
Ottobre 19, 2017

Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrated Diwali with troops posted along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Gurez Sector and lauded the soldiers for their penance and sacrifice saying he considers them his family.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the Himalayan shrine of Kedarnath on Friday, for a second time in one season, officials said.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has greeted the countrymen on this occasion and congratulated them on this occasion.

It is to mention here that the Army Chief yesterday was received by Lt Gen D Anbu, Northern Army Commander and Lt Gen JS Sandhu, Chinar Corps Commander.

PM Modi spent joyous moments with the personnel and exchanged candies with the Army and BSF jawans. Both the Army and BSF guard the LoC in Gurez sector.

"Happy to know that the Jawans practice Yoga regularly", he also wrote on his twitter account. He said this would definitely enhance their abilities, and give them a sense of calm.

"The uniform has vast respect, be it the Army, Navy or Air Force".

"Our forces protect our motherland with utmost valour, displaying highest traditions of sacrifice and dedication", Modi tweeted in this afternoon.

The temple has been decked up with flowers and lights on Diwali, and most priests have decided not to go home to celebrate the festival. The presence of courageous soldiers at the border, on this festive occasion, lights the lamp of hope, and generates new energy among crores of Indians.

The PMmight also make a trip to Mana post at Indo-China border.

"To accomplish the dream of "New India", this is a golden opportunity for all of us to work together".

Highlighting the implementation of One Rank, One Pension, which had been pending for decades, the PM said that the Centre is committed to the welfare and the betterment of the Armed Forces in every way possible. PM Modi will also lay the foundation stones for a slew of reconstruction projects in Kedarpuri, including renovation of Adi Guru Shankaracharya's tomb which was devastated in the flash floods of 2013. "The Army too is a part of it".

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