In Pics: How Indian Army is reaching out to people of J&K

The Indian Army has been providing valuable help to the people of India in more than one ways.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently requested citizens of India to send special wishes and messages to brave soldiers serving India.

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He said that this would spread happiness and cheer among the Indian Armed Forces, who are guarding our nation's frontiers, far from their loved ones on Diwali.

The Indian Army has been providing valuable help to the people of India in more than one ways. Here are some pictures which draw our attention to the social service that is done by the Indian Army specially in the J&K.

How Indian Army is reaching out to people of J&K

Indian Army reaches out to people of Tang Mohalla, Shopian (J&K) to bring fire under control and prevent it from spreading, thus, saved lives.
(Image courtesy @adgpi)

How Indian Army is reaching out to people of J&K

Jammu: Villagers take shelter inside an Indian army bunker during live firing from the Pakistan side at the Abdullian village of about 35 km from Jammu on Tuesday. PTI

How Indian Army is reaching out to people of J&K

Jammu: Villagers take shelter inside an Indian army bunker during live firing from the Pakistan side at the Abdullian village of about 35 km from Jammu on Tuesday. PTI

How Indian Army is reaching out to people of J&K

Army provides sewing machines and conducts tailoring classes to empower women in Rajgarh village, Ramban district.
(Image courtesy @SpokespersonMoD)

How Indian Army is reaching out to people of J&;K

Army provides sewing machines and conducts tailoring classes to empower women in Rajgarh village, Ramban district.
(Image courtesy @SpokespersonMoD)

How Indian Army is reaching out to people of J&K

Medical and Veterinary Camp conducted by Indian Army's Siachen Brigade at Staksha village in Shyok valley.
(Image courtesy @SpokespersonMoD)

How Indian Army is reaching out to people of J&K

Medical and Veterinary Camp conducted by Indian Army's Siachen Brigade at Staksha village in Shyok valley.
(Image courtesy @SpokespersonMoD)

How Indian Army is reaching out to people of J&K

Noney Battalion of Loktak Brigade under Red Shield Division organised lecture on drug and alcohol abuse in Chorai Chaktolang II village.
(Image courtesy @SpokespersonMoD)

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