Indian Army holds exhibition in Jaipur to commemorate 1971 victory over Pakistan



The Indian Army Southwest Command held a defense weapons exhibition at Jaipur’s Chitrakoot Stadium on Saturday to commemorate India’s victory over Pakistan in the 1971 war.

An Indian Army official noted, “We exhibited defense equipment in this exhibit to raise awareness of the achievements of the Indian military. We want to motivate young people by presenting these types of equipment. “Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, these events were launched to raise awareness about the Indian armed forces. So we are also continuing the movement by organizing such events,” he added.

Indian Army holds exhibition in Jaipur

He further stated that because the victory of India over Pakistan in the 1971 war is in the memory of all Indians, every citizen should be informed about the war.

Army Commander leads bike rally at Kargil War Memorial

Last month, to mark the 22nd Vijay Diwas, Northern Army Commander Lt. Gen. YK Joshi led a 350-kilometer bicycle rally to the historic Kargil War Memorial in the district of Drass of the Union Territory of Ladakh. The Indian Army organized two mega bike rallies, one in Udhampur and the other in Leh, each covering more than 1,000 kilometers through the dangerous mountains of the Kashmir valley and Ladakh before converging on the memorial history of the war from Kargil to Drass, according to Colonel Emron Musavi. , PRO Defense based in Srinagar.

Kargil Vijay Diwas

India commemorates the 22nd anniversary of the historic Kargil War of 1999 on July 26, 2021. The day is celebrated in honor of the valiant soldiers who participated in the Indian Army’s Operation Vijay. The Kargil War commemorates the victory of the Indian army over Pakistani forces attempting to cross the Line of Control (LOC) in India after months of fighting in Kargil. After their victory, Indian troops hoisted the tricolor over the higher altitude area. Each year the Kargil Vijay Diwas is commemorated, and it is a proud moment for every Indian.

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