Prime Minister Modi celebrates Diwali with Army soldiers in Nowshera, Jammu and Kashmir

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday celebrated Diwali with Army soldiers in the Nowshera sector of Jammu and Kashmir.

Addressing the troops on the eve of Diwali in Navsher, the Prime Minister highlighted the government’s efforts to enhance domestic capabilities and noted that modern border infrastructure has been built to send troops and troops.

“I have spent every Diwali with the soldiers guarding our borders. Today, I have brought here the blessings of millions of Indians,” Prime Minister Modi said.

“Our players are ‘Suraksha Kawach’ of ‘Maa Bharati’. Only all of you can make our people sleep peacefully and be happy during the festivals,” he added.

Praising the soldiers’ efforts in the surgical strike, the Prime Minister said that many attempts had been made to spread terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir but they had been met with appropriate retaliation.

“Previously, it was one of many years to purchase defence equipment for the security forces. Commitment to self-confidence in the defence sector is the only way to change the old system. We need to upgrade and modify our military capabilities accordingly. It is changing the world and the war system,” he said.

Also, Prime Minister Modi said that there are currently roads and optical fibres in areas where normal connectivity is not available in border and coastal areas, which enhances deployment capabilities and facilities for military personnel.

PM Modi Celebrated diwali With soldiers in jammu and kashmir
PM Modi Celebrated diwali With soldiers in jammu and kashmir

The Prime Minister also spoke to the soldiers and gave them sweets.

Last year, Prime Minister Modi celebrated Diwali with the army at Longewala in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, saying that as long as there are Indian soldiers, the country’s Diwali celebrations will continue in full swing.

In 2019, the Prime Minister celebrated Deepavali with soldiers in the Rajouri district across the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir.