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President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended their wishes on the occasion of the 73rd Army Day to Indian soldiers and their families.

President Kovind recalled the brave hearts who made the supreme sacrifice in service to the nation and said that the country would remain to the brave of the soldiers and their families forever.

He took Twitter to say, on Army Day, greetings to the brave men and women of the Indian Army. We remember the brave hearts who made the highest sacrifice to serve the nation. India will continue to thank courageous and committed soldiers, veterans, and their families forever.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Modi greeted the Indian Army on behalf of the entire nation and said that India’s strong and brave army has always held the nation’s head high with pride.

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Modi tweeted in Hindi, our army is strong, brave, and determined, and has always made the country proud. On behalf of all the countrymen, I salute the Indian Army.

CDS General Bipin Rawat, Army Chief General MM Naravane, IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria, and Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh paid tribute earlier this morning at the National War Memorial.

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Secretary of Defense Rajnath Singh also said the entire nation salutes the Army for its untamed courage, courage, and sacrifices.

During Army Day, he tweeted greetings to Indian Army personnel and their families. The nation salutes the indomitable courage, courage, and sacrifices of the Indian Army. India is proud of its selfless service to the country.

Army Day is celebrated every year on January 15, in recognition of the Indian Army’s first Commander-in-Chief, Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa taking over as India’s last British Commander-in-Chief, General Sir Francis Butcher, on January 15, 1949.

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