#Sandesh2Soldiers: PM Modi retweets heartwarming Diwali wishes to jawans

Amid heightened tension on the border, Modi had on Sunday launched the campaign to boost the morale of our soldiers.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 28, 2016 8:35 am
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s #Sandesh2Soldiers, a campaign to send Diwali greetings and messages to soldiers guarding the nation’s frontiers, found huge number of participants as many posted their video message on twitter on Thursday. Interestingly, Modi retweeted most of the tweets wishing Army jawans a ”Happy and prosperous Diwali’.

Amid heightened tension on the border, Modi had on Sunday launched the campaign to boost the morale of our soldiers.

People can send messages under the #Sandesh2Soldiers campaign on the Narendra Modi App, through MyGov.in, and also through All India Radio. Doordarshan shall also be mounting a programme to share people’s emotions with the armed forces.

The prime minister, who is leading the campaign, said in a tweet, “I sent my #Sandesh2Soldiers. You could also do the same. Your wishes will certainly make our forces very happy. The campaign started on October 25 will run till Diwali, October 30.

Cricketer Mohammad Kaif, in his video message, requested people to offer Army jawans their seat while trevelling in bus or train. Union minister Prakash Javadekar said the country will always be grateful to our soldiers.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis thanked the soldier for protecting the country and urged people to join Modi and entire nation to salute the jawans.

Many children also posted very cute message for the soldiers. Some were videos messages while some were hand written notes and letters.

Here are some of the messages

 

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    Tarak Nath
    Oct 30, 2016 at 11:32 am
    We all Hindustani feel proud to our Jawans. I wish a very happy and prosperous Diwali to all Indian soldiers as well as their families who sacrifice not less than the soldiers on front to discharge their duties. At the same time I proud on our PM who is combination of bold mentality, decision maker,believe in team work, innovative, diplomatically sound, hard work, inspire other people. At last I want to say that we all Indians are with our soldiers and government with our full support regarding our countries dignity and security.
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      Seshadri.Venugopalan
      Oct 27, 2016 at 7:44 pm
      But the pay parity will stay.
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        Seshadri.Venugopalan
        Oct 28, 2016 at 12:16 am
        Modiji has requested Obamaji to celebrate Deepawali and he has plans to use it for the UP election campaign.
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          J H
          Oct 29, 2016 at 2:08 am
          moodiji kashmereeun per aapka zulm had seaagy aachuka hy 115denu sse muasalsal curfeu a}jumma ki namaz per pabandy gt;gt;gt;gt;gt;gt;gt;gt;gt;gt;??????????????afsoos aap aur mahbubaji kashmeer ka nazamo zabat nahi sabhl sakty hyn tu foury estyfa deen 50salon se wahan aese halat nahyn huvi the aapny wahan ky nazam o zabt ku tabah kardeya aap foury hon surem court se hidayat hasil karen ky wahan aman o zababt kayse bahal kiya jasakta hy sary islami desh deekh aapki muslim dushmani se khoob waqif hynab muttafeqa qarardad ky zariye kashmeer my aman bhal karny ka mutalyba karsakty hyn afsoos moodi ji afsoos
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            Jyoti golvaskar
            Oct 30, 2016 at 3:28 am
            Aaj tumhi he seemevar ladhat aahat mhanunch aamhi ithe san sajare karu shskato.shukhane zhopu shakato.mala abhiman vatato tumacha.mazhya seemevar ladhanarya bandhvana tyanchya karkirdila yash milo aani tyana udanand aayushya labho hich ishwar charani prathsna,tumha sagalyana diwalichya hardik shubhechha.Jai hind
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              Kabeer ahmed
              Oct 28, 2016 at 12:20 pm
              We salute to all India n armieslt;br/gt;From ka company
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              Satendra kumar
              Oct 27, 2016 at 10:07 pm
              Dieepawali a special festival for all Indians.A cultural heritage and festive season all over the world.
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                Rakesh bishnoi
                Oct 29, 2016 at 10:35 pm
                Today’s the `Festival of Lights’ all over,lt;br/gt;A joyful day for minds and hearts and souls,lt;br/gt;Laughter and smiles for many days,lt;br/gt;Let there be triumph in every way…….!!!lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;Wish You Happy Diwali 2016 .we proud of our indian army ...jai hind. Salute
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