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New Delhi, July 26: On the 24th Kargil Vijay Diwas, Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid tribute to the brave soldiers who fought in the Kargil conflict and said the occasion brings to light the heroic story of those wonderful brave Indians who will always serve as an inspiration to their countrymen.

“Kargil Vijay Diwas puts to light the amazing story of those magnificent Indian bravehearts, who will always serve as an example for their fellow citizens. I give them my sincere respect and praise on this auspicious day. “Long live India!” Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted in Hindi.

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President Droupadi Murmu also paid homage, saying that future generations would continue to be inspired by the bravery and courageous tales of the past.

“All the people recall the triumph won by the remarkable valour of our military forces today on the beautiful occasion of Kargil Vijay Diwas. I honour and pay respect to the memories of the warriors who set the road for triumph by giving their lives in defence of the nation on behalf of a grateful people. Future generations will continue to be inspired by their courageous tales. “Jai Hind!” In a tweet that was loosely translated from Hindi, President Murmu said.

S Jaishankar, the minister of external affairs, paid respect to the slain troops on Twitter.

“Join the country in honouring the bravery and unwavering dedication of our gallant warriors on Kargil Vijay Diwas. We will always be appreciative of their service and sacrifices, S Jaishankar said on Twitter.

For the 24th anniversary of Kargil Vijay Diwas, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh travelled to Drass in the Kargil area of Ladakh on Wednesday.

Every year, this day is observed to remember the troops who lost their lives fighting for Pakistan in the 1999 Kargil war.

on honour of the heroic souls who lost their lives on the freezing heights of Kargil, the Raksha Mantri lay a wreath at this location of the Kargil War Memorial.

He was the special guest during the solemn memorial service.

At the Kargil War Memorial, both the Army Chief General Manoj Pande and the Navy Chief Admiral R Hari Kumar placed wreaths in remembrance of the gallant soldiers.

General Anil Chauhan, the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), also left a wreath at the Kargil War Memorial in remembrance of the Kargil War dead.

The Army conducted a news conference earlier on Tuesday to discuss the commemorative ceremony in Lamochen, Drass. An audiovisual portrayal of the fights that depicted the bravery and sacrifice of the jawans during the 1999 Kargil war opened the briefing.

The Indian Army’s jawans faced up against the Pakistani invaders amid the harsh and merciless heights of Kargil, as has been extensively reported.

The Army was successful in driving the Pakistani invaders out of Kargil throughout the fight, which lasted more than two months, and raised the Tricolour on the ground taken from the enemy.

The Dras, Kargil, and Batalik sectors of the Kargil district served as the frontlines where the fighting took place.

The solemn memorial service for the jawans—who gave their lives in the conflict—took place against the picturesque background of the highlands, where they had fought valiantly against Pakistani invaders.

The military band’s solemn sounds contributed to the troops’ solemn atmosphere as they gathered to remember Kargil Vijay Divas.The presence of the war heroes, Veer Naris, Veer Matas, and family members of the troops who gave their lives in the line of duty during the fight graced the occasion.

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