Chief Minister celebrates Diwali with Jawans at Nathula Indo-China Border

Published By : Admin | October 20, 2009 | 05:08 IST
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Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi, who was on a four day visit to Sikkim, celebrated Diwali with the Indian Army at Nathula Indo-China Border at 14,000 ft, thousands of kilometers away from his home - Gujarat.

He was highly impressed with the Jawans and greeted them on the auspicious occasion of Diwali. Gujarat’s Chief Minister was welcomed by jubilant army officers and personnel. They escorted him to the Nathula border. It may be recalled that last year Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi had celebrated Diwali with Indian Jawans at Kutch Indo-Pak border. After the trip from Nathula,Chief Minister visited Baba Mandir and also visited the well known monastery, Zurmang Kagyud Monastery in Lingdong located a few kilometers from the capital city.

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