As always, PM Modi reached among the soldiers this time and congratulated them on behalf of 130 crore countrymen. Also, the enthusiasm of the soldiers increased. PM Modi also gave a strong message to the neighboring Pakistan and China from the Longewala post on the Jaisalmer border.
PM Modi reached Jaisalmer border this time. Here, he celebrated Diwali with the soldiers, encouraged them and also attacked the enemy countries. With this, PM Modi also rode the tank. While addressing the soldiers at Longewala post, Prime Minister Narendra Modi lashed out at the expansionist forces.
The PM said that expansionism is 18th-century thinking, there is mental distortion in this thinking and this is disturbing the whole world. Without naming China Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India believes in understanding and explaining like this, but if someone tries to try India, the answer will be overwhelming.
PM said that on the outskirts of the country, on the sky or in the sea, I salute the daughters and sons of the country, every security force, everyone involved in the defense of the nation on this auspicious festival of Diwali. The PM said that I have brought the greetings of every Indian among you. I have brought the love of countrymen. I have brought the blessings of every senior person.
He said that those who have their son or daughter posted on the outskirts of the festival day are entitled to greetings. The PM said that I remember that after becoming PM, the first time he went to Siachen to celebrate Diwali, many people were surprised. But you also know my expressions. I will go among my loved ones on Diwali. I came amidst my loved ones on Diwali.