Two years of surgical strike by the Indian Army in PoK will be completed. Under this, the Modi government has decided to celebrate ‘Surgical Strike Day’ across the country. Prime Minister Narendera Modi will attend the Combined Commander’s Conference in Jodhpur on Friday and open an Army Exhibition.
The Prime Minister will reach Jodhpur Friday morning and inaugurate the exhibition, ‘Parakarm Parv’, at Jodhpur Military Station at 9 am, before participating in the conference at the Jodhpur Air Force Station.
“The Prime Minister will first participate in the wreath laying ceremony at Konark War Memorial at 9 am and then inaugurate the ‘Parakram Parv’ and open an exhibition, showcasing the might of the Indian Army and its contribution in nation building,” said Defence spokesperson Col Sombit Ghosh.
“The PM himself will walk through the exhibition after inaugurating it, for its review,” Col Ghosh said.
He said a documentary on the surgical strikes will also be screened for the children at the Sapta Shakti Auditorium.
“The children will also be allowed to click photographs at a combat photography corners, especially prepared for this purpose. They can also interact with young and accomplished officers, junior commissioned officers and soldiers of the Indian Army,” Colonel Ghosh said.