The post has garnered 754 retweets and 2,774 likes at the time of writing the article. Several twitter users also shared pictures of the Army to appreciate their contribution
Additional Directorate General of Public Information (ADGPI), Army, took to Twitter to share a motivational message on Sunday, just two days before the 72nd Independence Day of India.
The post reads: “#MondayMotivation 'I was not born with you, I was not raised next to you, But I will kill for you and I will die beside you' #Brotherhood.”
The post has garnered 754 retweets and 2,774 likes at the time of writing the article. Several twitter users also shared pictures of the Army to appreciate their contribution..
Check out some reactions here:
🙏🙏🇮🇳We Salute our Security forces all brothers🇮🇳🇮🇳🙏 pic.twitter.com/04vFV07943— Joginder Singh 🇮🇳 (@Joginde58164352) August 13, 2018
SOME BRAVE JAWANS SAY 'PL DON'T SALUTE— SP RANDHIRVERMA Wel. (@wel_sp) August 13, 2018
US,BECAUSE WE ARE NOT ON EXISTING.
WE ARE INVISIBLE "
GREAT SALUTE TO OUR TOP MOST OF THE BEST FIGHTING INDIAN JAWANS. pic.twitter.com/A3ZrKjv0Wn
Wah wah Dil legaya ye tweet. Thanks for standing for us— Aditya Mishra (@adiforyou) August 13, 2018
Jai Hind Indian Army 🇮🇳— Sanghamitra🇮🇳 (@Sanghamitra903) August 13, 2018
More Power to You 💪🙏
Well said..Always indebted to our soldiers in the forces...Stay blessed..You are all in our daily prayers..Jai Hind!!— Rukmani Varma (@pointponder) August 13, 2018
We salute your deeds and pray that one day every one of us Indians are made to do compulsory army training,,,, that would make this nation disciplined and truely Great, Jai Hind 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏— kingshuksen (@kingshuk_sen) August 13, 2018
India has the world’s biggest “voluntary" army and its soldiers are considered the best in high altitude and mountain warfare.
The Army recently made headlines with its long-pending project to manufacture equipment for soldiers deployed at the Siachen glacier. Military sources said that the Army is aiming to save around Rs 300 crores annually by producing clothing, sleeping kits and key equipment for these soldiers indigenously. Till now the Army spends Rs 800 crores annually in import of Extreme Cold Weather Clothing System (ECWCS) from countries like US, Australia, Canada and Switzerland.
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Last Updated 9, Sep 2018, 8:54 AM