#Sandesh2Soldiers mygov.in – How and Where to Send online Diwali Wishes www.narendramodi.in – Express your Gratitude Towards Soldiers – MyGov – Narendra Modi App
Diwali, being the festival of love, sharing, light so do you think it can be celebrated without lighting smiles on our Country soilders and for that there is something you can do. Narendra Modi has started unique campaign called as #Sandesh2Soldiers , by which you can send your wishes to Soliders this Diwali 2016. By this you surely going to make their Happy Diwali. Take some time of your busy life and Send a #Sandesh2Soldiers . You will get all the related details that How and Where to sned #Sandesh2Soldiers Online to Indian Soldiers below in this article.
The great respect and admiration that the nation has for our Armed Forces, will find expression this festive season, through a unique campaign being led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The #Sandesh2Soldiers campaign gives every citizen an opportunity to spread happiness and cheer among the Indian Armed Forces, who are guarding our nation’s frontiers, far from their loved ones on Diwali.
A holistic campaign has been launched to urge and invite people to send letters and messages to the Armed Forces. Leading this effort, the Prime Minister shared through social media, a special video, featuring his appeal to the people to send messages to our brave Armed Forces personnel. Within hours, the video has generated tremendous interest on platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
As part of the campaign #Sandesh2Soldiers, introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, citizens have been sending Diwali wishes and messages to all the soldiers who are guarding the country.
“On the occasion of this festive season of Deepawali, Modi invites citizens to pen their thoughts, their feelings, their sense of gratitude, towards our soldiers. You can send your messages on the Narendra Modi App by giving a missed call to 1922 [sic],” reads the government website MyGov.in.
How and where to wish Indian soldiers?
People can send the wishes and greetings through the government website MyGov.in. Click HERE to send the messages. You can also send the wishes through the official mobile application of Narendra Modi.
MyGov will release selected posts through its social media handles, while Doordarshan and All India Radio will broadcast some of the best wishes. The PM will also read out few of them in his Mann ki Baat on October 30. At the time of reporting, 16,567 people have already wished Indian soldiers the greetings of the lights of festival through the government website.
As part of the campaign, Indian cricketers Virat Kohli, Harbajan Singh, Yuvaraj Singh, Virender Sehwag, Mohammad Kaif, and many politicians have also wished the soldiers through their social media handles. “Whenever you see a jawan, salute them. We get to celebrate festivals & live in peace because of them. Jai Hind #Sandesh2Soldiers [sic],” Kohli tweets.
“Aap hai to, hum hai”. You are the real heroes. Your patriotism and sacrifice inspires us. Grand salute to our soldiers. #Sandesh2Soldiers [sic],” Olympics bronze-winning boxer Sakshi Malik wishes the Indian soldiers.
Also Anyone can visit the below link and send his/her message to Modi. The Prime Minister took to twitter to share the link of the specially designed page which is a part of his personal website narendramodi.in
PM Modi urges citizens to send their messages to jawans
- #Sandesh2Soldiers: Send your greetings to our jawans this Diwali via Narendra Modi App
- #Sandesh2Soldiers: Express your gratitude for those who guard our Nation…Send Diwali wishes to jawans
- #Sandesh2Soldiers: Write letters, send messages to jawans on Diwali & thank them for their sacrifices
We hope that you have sent your #Sandesh2Soldiers . In case you havn’t then do it now for our Soilders, who are protecting us day and night. Be a part of this unique campaign. Send a #Sandesh2Soldiers . Jai Hind. Happy Diwali to you and to your Family.