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PM Likely To Celebrate Diwali With Soldiers Tomorrow: Sources

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PM Modi on Diwali: In 2017, PM celebrated Diwali with troopers in north Kashmir. (File)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is more likely to spend Diwali tomorrow with troopers, a practice he has adopted yearly since he got here to energy in 2014.

Some reviews counsel the Prime Minister might be in Gujarat whereas others counsel he might be at a ahead space in Rajasthan’s Jaisalmer when the nation celebrates considered one of its greatest festivals.

PM Modi additionally tweeted his tribute to troopers, urging residents to mild Diyas for individuals who protected the borders. “This Diwali, let us also light a Diya as a #Salute2Soldiers who fearlessly protect our nation. Words can’t do justice to the sense of gratitude we have for our soldiers for their exemplary courage. We are also grateful to the families of those on the borders,” he wrote on a day 4 troopers died for the nation as Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir. Three civilians had been additionally killed within the large flare-up on the Line of Control on Friday.

Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat might be a part of the Prime Minister on his go to.

Last 12 months, PM Modi visited Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district to rejoice Diwali with troopers guarding the Line of Control (LoC).

The 12 months earlier than, he was on the in Uttarakhand. In 2017, he spent the competition of lights with troopers posted at Gurez sector of north Kashmir.

PM Modi spent his first Diwali in workplace with troopers at Siachen, the world’s highest battlefield. He reportedly spent Diwalis in an identical method when he was Chief Minister of Gujarat.

Saturday’s go to would be the second time this 12 months that the PM is interacting with troopers. In July, he made a shock go to to a ahead publish in Ladakh on the top of a border confrontation with China following a conflict on June 14 when 20 troopers died for the nation at Galwan Valley.

“Bharat Mata’s enemies have seen your fire and fury,” he stated, addressing troopers of the Leh-based 14 Corps, referred to as the Fire and Fury Corps.

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