The PM and other leaders greet Navy Day with ‘steadfastly protecting our nation’

India celebrated Navy Day to honor the achievements in ‘Operation Trident’ during the 1971 Indo-Pak War, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh leading the way.

“Best wishes to all navy personnel and their families on Navy Day. We’re proud of our maritime history in India,” Modi tweeted.

Among other things, Droupadi Murmu will attend the Navy Day celebrations in Visakhapatnam during her two-day tour of Andhra Pradesh.

At the Navy Day celebration at Ramakrishna Beach in Vizag, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces will be the chief guest. She’ll see the Indian Navy show off its operations and inaugurate various projects in virtual mode from the Ministry of Defence and the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. On Navy Day, the President will attend a reception at Ananthagiri in Visakhapatnam, and then leave for Tirupati.

On the day, Rajnath Singh also wished everyone a happy birthday. By ensuring impeccable maritime security, the Indian Navy keeps our country safe.

On the other hand, Admiral R Hari Kumar, CDS General Anil Chauhan, Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari, and Vice Army Chief Lieutenant General BS Raju laid wreaths at the National War Memorial in New Delhi.

In a tweet, Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik saluted the jawans for their courage and indomitable spirit. The jawans safeguard our country’s maritime interests with sheer dedication and commitment.

(With inputs from PTI, ANI)


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