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‘War is considered not the first but the last option, also knows how to crush the hood of terror’

PM Modi In Kargil: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that India has always looked at war as the last option, but the armed forces have the power to give a befitting reply to anyone who has an evil eye on the country. There is strength and strategy. Addressing the armed forces here on Diwali, Modi also recalled his visit to the border region after the Kargil conflict in 1999, when the Indian Army “crushed the hood of terror”.

He further said, “There has never been a war with Pakistan when India has not hoisted the victory flag.” He added that Diwali marks the “festival of the end of terror”. Continuing his tradition of celebrating Diwali on the country’s border, Modi said, “I have seen the Kargil war closely. It was my duty that brought me to Kargil at that time. There are many memories of those times when the voice of victory was reverberating all around.

10 big things about PM Modi’s speech

  • Our armed forces had crushed the hood of terror in Kargil and people still remember the Diwali celebrated at that time.
  • Over the past eight years, the government has worked on developing infrastructure in the border areas by adopting new technologies and implementing reforms in the armed forces by including women in the forces.
  • Our strength will increase with the induction of women in the armed forces.
  • Reforms were needed for decades in the armed forces, which are now being implemented.
  • A nation is safe only when its borders are secure, the economy is strong and the society is full of confidence.
  • India is dealing with its enemies both external and internal with full force. He told about the steps taken to ‘uproot’ ‘terrorism, naxalism and extremism’ from within the country.
  • India never saw war as the first option. We have always seen war as the last option.
  • We are in favor of global peace but peace cannot be achieved without strength.
  • Our armed forces have strength as well as strategy. If anyone dares to cast an evil eye on us, our three armed forces know very well how to give a befitting reply.
  • ‘Self-reliant India’ is very important for the security of the nation and our dependence on foreign weapons and systems should be minimized.

Celebrating Diwali with soldiers since 2014

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Modi has been visiting various military centers to celebrate Diwali since he came to power in 2014. In the year 2014, Prime Minister Modi celebrated Diwali with soldiers in the Siachen Glacier. The following year, on the occasion of 50 years of the 1965 war with Pakistan, he visited three monuments in Punjab on the day of Diwali where the Indian Army had fought and proved to be important in the country’s victory.

In 2016, the Prime Minister had gone to Sumdo near the China border in Himachal Pradesh to meet Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel, Dogra scouts and army personnel on the occasion of Diwali. Modi had visited Gurez sector of North Kashmir on Diwali in 2017 and visited Kedanath in 2018 after celebrating Diwali in Harshil, Uttarakhand.

Modi, who became the Prime Minister again after winning the Lok Sabha elections again, celebrated Diwali in Rajouri, Jammu and Kashmir in 2019. In the year 2020, he had gone to the Longewala border post to celebrate Prakash Utsav, while last year he celebrated Diwali with soldiers at Nowshera.

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