Honoring soldiers will inspire patriotism for generations to come: Tamradhwaj

Central Chronicle News
Raipur, Oct 17: A Golden Victory Torch March was taken out to show respect to the Indian soldiers who participated in the war against Pakistan in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 and to instil a sense of pride among the citizens.
The Torch March was honoured at Science College Auditorium in the Chhattisgarh capital Raipur after its arrival. More than 100 soldiers of Chhattisgarh also took part in this war.
Home Minister Tamradhwaj Sahu attended the programme as the chief guest. Addressing the program, Home Minister Sahu said that it was a matter of pride that Golden Victory Torch March reached Chhattisgarh to honor the soldiers who participated in the Indo-Pak war of 1971. This will inspire the next generation. It will promote feeling of respect for the soldiers who are ready to defend the country, he said.
The 50th anniversary of the complete victory over Pakistan in 1971 is being celebrated as Golden Victory March on the call of the Prime Minister.
The Victory March is being taken out by the soldiers all over the country, the soldiers who participated in this 1971 war and the families of the martyred soldiers are being honored. Its main objective is to inculcate the feeling of patriotism and respect for the soldiers in the youth and the coming generations. The programme was mainly attended by State President of Samman Samiti, Mahendra Pratap Rana, Vice President Santosh Sahu, ex-servicemen who participated in the war and the families of the martyred soldiers in large numbers.

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