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republic day 2023, Happy Republic Day: When PM Modi is writing words of tribute at the war memorial, did you notice this too! – happy republic day prime minister narendra modi wrote on the digital visitor book at national war memorial

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republic day 2023, Happy Republic Day: When PM Modi is writing words of tribute at the war memorial, did you notice this too! - happy republic day prime minister narendra modi wrote on the digital visitor book at national war memorial
Aditya Chaudhary

New Delhi: On the occasion of Republic Day, PM Narendra Modi reached the National War Memorial this time and wrote his views on the digital visitor’s book. Earlier you must have seen that the Prime Minister used to write his views in a traditional visitor’s book. But this time along with the wonderful view in the war memorial, high tech digital book was also seen. In this book, PM Modi has put his thoughts through digital pen. PM Modi has given a message to the world by writing his thoughts on a digital book with a digital pen that India today is no less than any developed country in digital technology. On the other hand, the view of the duty path is very grand, colors of patriotism are visible in the atmosphere. The enthusiasm of the entire countrymen is high today.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid tribute to the immortal soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice in the service of the nation at the National War Memorial. There he wrote his thoughts on a digital diary. When Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached the parade site on duty, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and the three army chiefs welcomed the Prime Minister. Army Chief General Manoj Pandey, Air Force Chief Marshal Vivek Ram Chaudhary and Navy Chief Admiral Hari Kumar saluted the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister paid tributes at the National War Memorial.

Egyptian President is the chief guestEgyptian President Abdul Fateh al-Sisi is the chief guest of the 74th Republic Day celebrations. President of India Draupadi Murmu started the ceremony by unfurling the tricolor. Draupadi Murmu, the President of India, is the Supreme Commander of the three armies of the country.