After reaching Kargil in Jammu and Kashmir, PM Modi celebrated Diwali with the soldiers and also warned the enemy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that we have never considered war as the first option, we have always considered war as the last option. We have tried to postpone the war till the end. We are against war but peace is not possible without force. The Prime Minister warned that if anyone looks at us and looks at us, our three armies also know how to give a befitting reply to the enemies in their language.
I appreciate our 3 armies who have decided that more than 400 defense items will no longer be imported from abroad but will be manufactured in India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi
The Ukraine war was also discussed
During his speech from Kargil, PM Modi also mentioned the Ukraine crisis. Modi said that during the Ukraine war, we saw how our national flag became a shield for our citizens trapped there. The respect of India has increased all over the world. This is happening because India is successfully fighting its internal and external enemies.
You have been my family for years: Modi
Addressing the Indian soldiers from Kargil, PM Modi said that for me, my family is all your years. May the sweetness of my Diwali rise in you, the light of my Diwali be with you and illuminate my situation till the next Diwali. There was not a single war with Pakistan where Kargil did not raise the flag of victory. Diwali means celebrating with an end to terror. Kargil did the same.
Prime Minister Modi congratulated the countrymen on Diwali
The Prime Minister has wished everyone on the occasion of Diwali, the festival of lights. He has wished prosperity, happiness and good health for the people. Wishing everyone happiness in life, the Prime Minister tweeted, “Wishing you all a very happy Diwali. May this festival of lights bring happiness and good health in everyone’s life.’ Prime Minister Modi said in the next tweet, ‘Happy Diwali to all. Diwali is all about brightness and light. May this holy festival bring forward the spirit of happiness and prosperity in our lives. I hope you have a wonderful Diwali with family and friends.
PM Modi was in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh on the day of Chhoti Diwali. He participated in many programs there. The Prime Minister participated in the Deep Utsav program from the symbolic coronation of Lord Sri Ram to the Saryu Aarti and then to Ram’s Pidi. He first visited Sri Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya and worshiped Ramlala and reviewed the progress of temple work. Then they reached Ramkatha Park. This time a new record of lighting 17 lakh lamps was set under the sixth edition of Ram Dipotwa in Ayodhya.