Uttarakhand CM celebrates Diwali with ITBP army and jawans in Uttarkashi
On the day that Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the soldiers at Longewala Post in Rajasthan, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat celebrated Independence Day with the Jawans from the army and the Indo- Border Police. Tibetan (ITBP) in the Uttarkashi district near the Indochina border on Saturday.
Rawat first visited the ITBP jaws in the Kopang area and then the army soldiers in the Harsil valley area of the district.
Addressing the ITBP jawans in Kopang while celebrating Diwali with them, he said, “I am fortunate to spend time with all of you. Uttarakhand has a deep-rooted relationship with the army and paramilitary forces. My father was also in the army, so I have a special relationship with jaws. “
“We are very grateful to our Jawans who serve the country in difficult conditions miles away from their families so that we can live in peace. The people of the country always respect the sacrifice they make for the country, ”Rawat said.
The CM also offered its condolences to the relatives of Border Security Force (BSF) Deputy Inspector Rakesh Dobhal, who made the ultimate sacrifice in meeting with the terrorists in the Baramulla area of Jammu on Friday night.
Dobhal, 37, was a resident of Rishikesh and is survived by his wife and a 10-year-old daughter. He had joined BSF in 2004 and had been stationed in Jammu since the last year.