“I have sent my #Sandesh2Soldiers. You could also do the same. Your wishes will certainly make our forces very happy,” tweeted The PM
NEW DELHI: With respect to army lives lost in the surgical attacks which took place last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday launched a campaign through which people can send Diwali greetings and messages to soldiers guarding the nation’s frontiers to boost their morale.
People can send messages under the #Sandesh2Soldiers campaign on the Narendra Modi app through MyGov.in site and also through All India Radio.
Doordarshan will also run a programme to share people’s emotions for the armed forces. “I sent my #Sandesh2Soldiers. You could also do the same. Your wishes will certainly make our forces very happy. This Diwali, let us remember our courageous armed forces who constantly protect our nation. Jai Hind. When 125 crore people stand with soldiers, their power increases by 125 crore times,” the PM tweeted.
As part of the campaign, Modi shared a video featuring his appeal to people to send messages to soldiers. “A special module has been launched on the app that will enable people to send greetings to the armed forces. The #Sandesh2Soldiers campaign is expected to generate increased interaction between the people and the armed forces,” the PMO said.