- President Ram Nath Kovind will check the 22nd Kargil Diwas on Monday by visiting Drass in Ladakh.
- President Kovind is on a four-day visit to the Union domains of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh.
- The day is praised for reviving the pride and courage of the warriors who participated in Operation Vijay.
President Kovind will be joined by India’s Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat, and an assertion gave by the Rashtrapati Bhavan affirmed.
President Kovind is on a four-day visit to the Union domains of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh. He went through the night in Srinagar and is set to travel to Drass today to pay recognitions for the Kargil War saints, as indicated by the authority articulation. After a day, the President will address the nineteenth yearly meeting of the University of Kashmir in Srinagar.
In 2019, the awful climate kept the President from visiting Drass interested in the Kargil Vijay Diwas. Instead, he paid his accolades by laying a wreath at a conflict remembrance at the Army’s 15 Corps base camp in Badamibagh in Srinagar.
India observes Kargil Vijay Diwas on July 26 consistently to check the commemoration of the Indian Army’s triumph against Pakistan on this day in 1999, after over 60 days of the outfitted clash on the high countries Kargil in Ladakh.
Indian military crushed Pakistan on July 26, 1999. From that point forward, the day is praised for reviving the pride and courage of the warriors who participated in Operation Vijay, the tactical mission with which Indian soldiers recovered the mountain statures involved by the Pakistani armed force.
Executive Narendra Modi on Sunday encouraged the relatives to salute the brave hearts who made the country pleased in 1999.
“It is simply normal to be loaded up with feelings in regard for the person who raises the tricolour for the country. This sensation of enthusiasm joins us all,” the Prime Minister said while tending to his month to month Mann Ki Baat radio program.