New Delhi sources stated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted people of the country on the occasion of Diwali. Prime Minister added “Deepawali ke pawan avsar par sabhi desh wasion ko hardik shubh kamanayen (Greetings to the countrymen on the auspicious occasion of Diwali),” he said in an official release. “Happy Diwali”.
Meanwhile previously in the day Modi paid tributes to soldiers on the occasion of Diwali festival in his monthly radio program, Mann Ki Baat. Furthermore during the program, he lauded the valor and sacrifices of soldiers and dedicated this Diwali to them.
Later it was stated that the Prime Minister met army, ITBP (Indo-Tibetan Border Police) personnel in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, keeping with his practice of celebrating Diwali with jawans. Accordingly Modi as Prime Minister had celebrated his first Diwali in 2014 with Army in Siachen and last year on the Punjab border with Pakistan. He greeted people for a safer and prosperous Diwali.
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