Prime Minister Narendra Modi is celebrating Diwali with Indian Army soldiers in North Kashmir's Bandipora district.
The Prime Minister – known for celebrating this day in the remotest locations of the country – is celebrating the occasion with the 15 Corps troops in the Gurez Sector.
Last year, he celebrated the occasion with Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel in Uttarakhand along the Indo-China border. He has also spent time with forces along the Punjab border and on the Siachen Glacier.
Earlier today, Modi took to Twitter to extend his Diwali wishes through a picture signed by him. It was captioned in Hindi, which translated reads as, "Warm greetings to the countrymen on the auspicious festival of Diwali".
With inputs from ANI and PTI
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