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Kargil Vijay Diwas: Honouring the Kargil Martyrs

To honour the martyrs of the country, the men who fearlessly gave their life and soul for the protection of the country and its people, they without a doubt deserve all respect of the countrymen.

Group of bike riders’ drive to Kargil War Memorial:

Honouring the martyrs and their selflessness for the country, to pay tribute and homage to them, a group of bikers from the Jaipur city, by the name ‘Patriot Riders’ drove to Dras town of the Kargil district in Jammu and Kashmir for paying their regards and gratitude at the Kargil War Memorial.

Remembering the martyrs through an event:

The riders also were a part of an event that was commemorated there to mark and pay respect for the soldiers of the Kargil War. They offered flowers to the martyrs on the war memorial which is said to be a height of 10800 feet. Relatives of the martyrs of the Kargil War also turned out in a grand number to pay their homage and respect.

Presence of war commandos and lieutenant:

The event witnessed the presence of the Northern Command, Area Commander Lieutenant General D.S. Hooda. D. S. Hooda applauded for the bravery of the soldiers and the martyrs of the Kargil War.

The riders of the ‘Patriot Riders’ group kicked off their bike riding journey from the Southwest point of the war memorial. They were seen off by the Brigadier Ajeet Singh of the GOC sub-area.

Riders that are a part of the ‘Patriot Riders’ group are namely:

Himmat Singh Shekhawat

Abhiraj Singh

Pradyuman Singh Khangarot

Aditya Singh

Ravindra Jangid

Shivaditya Modi

Jaipur city, a step ahead in remembering the Kargil saints:

In the city of Jaipur, there is a Sainik Welfare Organisation in the Vaishali Nagar area. The society also paid its gratitude and remembered the soldiers and martyrs.

Tree plantations - a gift to the nature and the martyrs:

Tree plantation as an activity also took place. To celebrate the 17th anniversary of the Kargil War and pay respect to its martyrs. Another tree plantation drive was organised by Prakriti Hit Sansthan.

Blood donation camp methodized:

A blood donation camp by the name ‘Raktanjali’ was also organised by Seva Bharti in Veer Tejaji Nagar.

Stage performances by school students:

Students from the Calorx Public School that is situated in Pratap Nagar in the Jaipur city also staged an act in remembrance of the Kargil War martyrs.

 


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