While addressing the soldiers, Prime Minister Modi read an excerpt from a verse saying ‘Veer Bhogya Vasundhara’. You too must have heard it many times. This complete shloka is thus
neither Lakshmi Kulakramjjata, nor
Bhushan Mantitopi va Khadgen Akranya Bhunjitara, Veer Bhogya Vasundhara
Artha – This verse is of Gita where Krishna explains to Arjuna that neither Lakshmi is in order from fixed clan and neither On the jewelery itself, the picture of its owner is inscribed. Only those who make effort on the strength of the sword and power, conquer the earth holding the gems. Here Shri Krishna has said this while imparting knowledge of religion to Arjuna.
Passion in young men
Apart from CDS Bipin Rawat with PM Modi, Army Chief M.M. Narwane is also present in Leh. In the last two months, several levels have been discussed with China at the military and diplomatic level, in which attempts have been made to calm the atmosphere. However, no concrete decision has been made in this yet.
When Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived among the soldiers, the soldiers present there raised slogans of Bharat Mata ki Jai and Vande Mataram. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh also praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Leh and said that India’s borders are safe in the hands of the army.
Let us tell you that Neemu Post is present at an altitude of 11 thousand feet above sea level, which is considered to be one of the highest and dangerous posts in the world.
According to the information, during his visit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to 14 Corps officers. Apart from this, CDS along with Bipin Rawat took stock of the current situation. During this, Lieutenant General YK Joshi of Northern Army Command, Lieutenant General Harinder Singh were also present.
A meeting was to be held with the officials
On Friday, CDS Bipin Rawat was to hold a meeting with officers of the North Command and 14 Corps here. During this time, the current tension with China was to take stock of the border situation. Earlier, Army Chief MM Narwane had also gone to Leh, where he met the injured soldiers in Galvan Valley.
Apart from this, the army chief visited the forward post of Eastern Ladakh and took stock of the situation. The army chief told the soldiers that your work has been excellent, but this work has not been completed yet.