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Diwali 2020: PM Modi arrived in Jaisalmer to celebrate Diwali with the soldiers

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Diwali 2020: The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has come to celebrate Diwali with soldiers at Longewala in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan on Saturday, this time like in years past. During this, PM Modi said in his address that my heartfelt greetings to you and all the 130 crore countrymen on Diwali for all the brave people who have stood 24 hours in service and safety of Maa Bharati. If you are the country, there is happiness of the people of the country, these are the festivals of the country. Whether you live on the snowy hills or in the desert, my Diwali is completed only by coming between you. I see the beauty of your faces, see the happiness of your face, then I too feel many times happy. He is also accompanied by the Chief of Defense Staff, Bipin Rawat, Army Chief MM Narwane and Director General of Border Security Force (BSF) Rakesh Asthana.

PM’s appeal We all burn a lamp in honor of those soldiers
Earlier today, the Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi greeted the citizens on the occasion of Diwali and wrote on Twitter, Happy Diwali to all! Make this festival more bright and happy. May everyone be prosperous and healthy. On Friday itself, the Prime Minister had tweeted and said, “Let us light this Diwali in honor of the soldiers who fearlessly protect the country.” A sense of gratitude to the soldiers for their exemplary bravery with words cannot do them justice. We are also committed to the families of soldiers standing on the borders.

Our soldiers are protecting our borders even during festival time
PM Modi also tweeted an audio clip of his recent ‘Mann ki Baat’ program, in which he called citizens for the first time to burn ‘Diya’ for soldiers on the festival of lights. The Prime Minister had said that we should remember our brave soldiers who are protecting our borders even during festival time, serving Bharat Mata and we should celebrate Diwali only after remembering them. We should also light a lamp for these brave sons and daughters of India. PM Modi said that even though not all soldiers and Kovid-19 activists from the front line would be at home to celebrate the festival with their loved ones, the whole country would pray for them.

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