New Delhi: The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today visited Shauryanjali, a commemorative exhibition on the Golden Jubilee of the 1965 war, at the Rajpath lawns in New Delhi.
The exhibition is an ode to the valour and sacrifice of Indian Armed Forces personnel protecting the borders of the country.
The Prime Minister visited the exhibits and recreations of the battle scene in various sectors. He met some of the veterans of the 1965 war. The Chiefs of the Army, Navy and Air Force were present on the occasion. Several senior Union Ministers were also present.
“The valour and sacrifice of our armed forces during the 1965 war remains etched in the memory of every Indian. We are very proud of them,” the Prime Minister later tweeted.
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