Rajnath Singh reached China border to celebrate Dussehra, visited Badrish in Badrinath Dham

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has reached Uttarakhand to celebrate Dussehra with army personnel on the China border. On Wednesday, he reached Auli Military Station in Chamoli and performed weapon worship with the soldiers here. After this he reached Badrinath Dham and worshiped Lord Badrish and sought the blessings of the country’s development and progress.
Earlier, after the weapon worship, Rajnath Singh said that Uttarakhand is the only country in the world where weapons are worshipped. During this he said that we believe that our country is safe in the hands of our armed forces. The soldiers of our armed forces and paramilitary forces are the pride of our country.
On Wednesday, the Defense Minister participated in the worship of weapons on the holy festival of Dussehra. He is scheduled to celebrate Dussehra at the Army’s Ratakon post on the China border in Mana in Chamoli district and at Auli. If the weather is not favorable, he will attend the weapon worship in Birpur, Doon. He can also go to Badrinath.
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh reached Uttarakhand on Tuesday evening
He reached Uttarakhand on Tuesday evening on a two-day visit to Uttarakhand. Army Chief General Manoj Pandey has also accompanied him with the Defense Minister. The Defense Minister reached Dehradun Airport at Jolly Grant on Tuesday evening. Where Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami and BJP State President Mahendra Bhatt welcomed him.
After which he reached the GTC helipad at Garhi Cantt by MI helicopter of the army. Here Sainik Welfare Minister Ganesh Joshi, Haridwar MP Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Rajya Sabha member Naresh Bansal, Cantt MLA Savita Kapoor and other BJP leaders welcomed him.
In the night, the Defense Minister attended the ‘Bada Khana’ organized at Garhi Cantt. During this, the soldiers of the army presented patriotic songs. The Defense Minister also interacted with the Army personnel. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, Assembly Speaker Ritu Khanduri, Army Chief General Manoj Pandey and many senior army officers were present on the occasion.

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