Praising the army in Kargil, PM Narendra Modi said, `there is no war between India and Pakistan where the Kargil victory flag was not flown. The role of jawans on duty here is really commendable.`
After becoming Prime Minister in 2014, PM Modi celebrated Diwali with troops stationed at Siachen, the ‘world’s highest battlefield’. This time, he is spending Diwali with the officers and soldiers of the Indian Army in Kargil, the site of the 1999 Indo-Pak border conflict. Amit is among those army officers.
PM Modi visited Kargil on Monday and praised the Indian Army’s role in countering cross-border terrorism. He said, “In Kargil, our jawans have succeeded in destroying terrorism. I myself witness it. When I came here, I was shown all those old pictures. I have remembered the old memories.” Praising the army in Kargil, PM Modi said that there is no war between India and Pakistan where the Kargil victory flag was not flown. The role of jawans on duty here is really commendable.