At Fauji Mela, Prowess Of The Army Are On Display
- Prime Minister Modi has sent a clear message that we will not tease anyone from our side, but if anyone teases us, we will not spare them.
- The chief minister also said, "Under PM Modi's leadership, India is getting better at making its own weapons.
The five-day Fauji Mela started on Wednesday at Motilal Vigyan Mahavidyalaya in Bhopal. It was opened by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
On the opening day, Lt. Gen. Upendra Dwivedi, who is in charge of the Northern Army Command, and senior officers from the Army, Air Force, and Navy were also there.
Chouhan told the audience at the Fauji Mela, “Madhya Pradesh and Bhopal are lucky to have the chance to worship Shakti through the military fair and arms exhibition during the Navratri festival.”
Chouhan also said that the fact that the Commander’s conference for all three wings will be held in Bhopal from March 30 to April 1 is a stroke of luck. “Prime Minister Modi, Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, and the top officers of the Army, Navy, and Air force will be there,” he said.
At the military fair, the chief minister looked at the weapons and gear of the three wings.
Chouhan also used an M-4 gun that could shoot up to 300 meters away to shoot at the target. During the Mela, I watched the Navy work on a laser target designator, a fagot launcher, and a virtual reality set.
Chouhan also saw how the Siachen survival gear, the light strike rifle, the communication rover, the Arjun battle tank, and the Air Force aircraft worked and got information about the technology.
Chouhan praised the bravery of the Indian Army by saying, “The Indian Army is one of the most capable forces in the world. Our jawans are protecting Maa Bharti while living in the most difficult conditions. We are able to celebrate festivals because of the sacrifices and bravery of the Army.”
“Prime Minister Modi has sent a clear message that we will not tease anyone from our side, but if anyone teases us, we will not spare them. When Pakistan dared in 1965 and 1971, our forces taught them a lesson. Even in the Kargil war and the surgical strike, our soldiers destroyed the enemy’s plans,” he said while adding.
“The Indian Army has also shown China that India is as strong as anyone else.
He said, “Since the country got its freedom, 30,000 soldiers have died for it.” We built the Shaurya Smarak in Bhopal to honor them.” The chief minister also said, “Under PM Modi’s leadership, India is getting better at making its own weapons. There are also many of these weapons made in the country at the military fair.”