Modi inaugurates India’s first war memorial ‘Shaurya Smarak’

Photo of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Bhopal: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated India’s first newly constructed war memorial ‘Shaurya Smarak’ in Madhya Pradesh’s capital city.

Modi said, the first image of a soldier may be that of a uniformed person with weapons, but soldiers also have a humane face.

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The PM said here at the inauguration of ‘Shaurya Smarak’ a war memorial dedicated to the soldiers of India, “The first image of a soldier may be that of a uniformed person with bloodshot eyes, carrying weapons and looking for enemies, but the same soldier has a very humane face too.”

He said that be it the Uttarakhand floods of 2013 or the Kashmir floods of 2014, the Indian Army did a commendable job in saving thousands of lives.

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The Prime Minister said the Indian Army may not be the strongest army in the world, but on the parameters of humanity, discipline, conduct and behaviour with civilians, the Indian Army is certainly on the top.

 

 

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