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PM Celebrates Diwali with Soldiers in Himachal Pradesh

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Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is celebrating Diwali with security personnel in Lepcha, Himachal Pradesh. Prime Minister Modi joins the personnel in uniform at a security post annually to commemorate the Festival of Lights. Today, the Prime Minister posted pictures from his visit to his X account.

The photos show him dressed in military fatigues and interacting with security personnel.

“Away from their families, these guardians of our nation illuminate our lives with their dedication,” he added in another post.

He said the courage of our forces in unwavering. “Stationed in the toughest terrains, away from their loved ones, their sacrifice and dedication keep us safe and secure. India will always be grateful to these heroes who are the perfect embodiment of bravery and resilience,” he said.

The prime minister shared pictures of herself giving candy to guards.

Prime Minister Modi said he had spent every Diwali with border security officers while speaking to a group of soldiers in Lepcha. “You are at my festival,” he declared. “Even when I not a PM or a CM, I would visit soldiers at some or the other border post every Diwali,” he stated.

The Prime Minister stated that prayers are done for the soldiers manning our borders at every Puja held across the nation. He claimed that one diya is lit for the military at every home. According to him, military outposts that house troops are comparable to temples.

Prime Minister Modi has celebrated Diwali with security forces stationed at the borders ever since taking office. He talks to the men in uniform on his visits. He was spotted last year applauding while guards performed at a musical event honoring his visit.

When the BJP took office in 2014, the prime minister celebrated Diwali by traveling to the Siachen glacier. He was in Punjab at the border in 2015. The following year, he was in Himachal Pradesh, close to the Chinese border. In the Gurez area of Kashmir in 2017. For the 2018 Diwali, the Prime Minister was in Harsil, Uttarakhand. He was in Rajouri, close to the Line of Control, in Jammu and Kashmir the next year.

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The next year, the Prime Minister traveled to Nowshera in Jammu and Kashmir and Longewala in Jaisalmer for the 2020 Diwali celebrations. He attended Diwali at Kargil last year.



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