Modi to light golden victory torch to mark 30th anniversary of Indo-Pak war

Prime Minister Modi is going to light the ‘Golden Victory Torch’ today on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Indo-Pak war of 1971 Ind1. The ministry said in an official press release on Tuesday, “On December 1, 1971, the Indian Armed Forces achieved a decisive and historic victory over the Pakistan Army, resulting in the largest military surrender of a nation – Bangladesh and since World War II. The same thing happened.

From December 1, India will celebrate the Golden Year of the Indo-Pak War, also known as the ‘Golden Victory Rain’. Various monuments are organized across the country. “

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will arrive at the venue to welcome Prime Minister Modi. The Prime Minister, Defense Staff and Tri-Service Chief will pay tributes to the martyred soldiers by offering wreaths. This time, the Prime Minister will light a ‘Golden Victory Torch’ from the eternal light of NWM

The press release said, “The four victory torches (flames) will be lit by the eternal flame of NWM. The soil of the last award village will be brought to the NWM. “

Various monuments will be organized across India to honor the ‘veterans and heroic women’ of the war and events such as band performances, seminars, exhibitions, equipment presentations, film festivals, conventions and adventure activities will be organized. Minister of State for Defense Shripad Yeso Naik and other senior civilian and military officials of the Ministry of Defense will also be present on the occasion.

Victory Day is celebrated on 1st December every year on the occasion of India’s victory over Bangladesh which was liberated from Pakistan in 1971.1. One of the fastest and shortest campaigns in military history was the birth of a new nation as a result of a swift operation by the Indian Army. After the defeat in the 1971 war, the then Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan, Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi, surrendered to the Allies with an army of 1,000,000,000.