After addressing Indian Army soldiers in Kargil during the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend Diwali celebrations in the evening. In previous years, Prime Minister Modi celebrated Diwali with Indian Army personnel in different areas along the border Image courtesy Twitter/PMO
PM Modi Diwali 2022: Today is the auspicious day of Diwali. Diwali enthusiasm is in full swing across the country and people are celebrating this holy festival with enthusiasm and fervor. Like every year, this year also Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrates Diwali with Indian army soldiers stationed at the border.
Since becoming Prime Minister eight years ago, Narendra Modi has celebrated every Diwali with soldiers from the Indian Army. Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Kargil early in the morning to celebrate Diwali.
Addressing the Kargil jawans, Prime Minister Modi said, “For me, for years and years, you are all my family. The sweetness of my Deepawali is due to you, the light of my Deepawali is among you. It is my luck that I have had the opportunity to celebrate Diwali with you at the border between you over the years.”
“Diwali means celebration after the end of terrorism. In Kargil, the Indian army did the same,” he added.
After addressing Indian Army soldiers in Kargil during the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend Diwali celebrations in the evening. In previous years, Prime Minister Modi had celebrated Diwali with Indian Army personnel in different areas along the border.
Ever since Prime Minister Modi took office, he has been celebrating Diwali with soldiers. Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Siachen to celebrate Diwali in 2014. In 2016, he celebrated Diwali in the village of Chango in Himachal Pradesh. In 2017, he celebrated Diwali with Indian Army soldiers in the Gurez Valley in Jammu and Kashmir.
Prime Minister Modi had visited Harsil in Uttarakhand to celebrate Diwali in 2018. After becoming Prime Minister for a second term in 2019, he had visited Rajouri in Jammu and Kashmir to celebrate Diwali.
Likewise, he celebrated Diwali of 2020 with the soldiers stationed at Longewala Post. Last year, i.e. 2021, he had celebrated the holy festival of Diwali in Nowshera. While celebrating Diwali with Indian Army soldiers, he encouraged them and said soldiers are the protective shield of India.
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