A handmade greeting to Kargil bravehearts

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A handmade greeting to Kargil bravehearts

Being Social Ek Nai Shuruat thanks Kargil heroes

A handmade greeting to Kargil bravehearts

Volunteers of Being Social Ek Nai Shuruat NGO expressed their love, respect and pride for the Kargil bravehearts through handmade cards. People from all age groups have taken part in this initiative. 

"Through these handmade greeting cards, we honour the Armed Forces personnel who are guarding the national borders 24x7 under adverse conditions and the memory of the martyrs," said Praveen Kumar Shukla, founder of Being Social Ek Nai Shuruat.

Shukla said, “We initiated the initiative in 2019, since then we have sent more than 1000+ handmade greeting cards.”

Shrishti made 10 greeting cards this year, she said, “I have enveloped my whole soul through these greeting cards, all I want to say is we are safe and happy because of our bravehearts.”

During the Kargil war, the Indian Army evicted Pakistani intruders and succeeded in capturing Tiger hill and other posts as part of Operation Vijay. Kargil was fought between India and Pakistan between May and July 1999 in the Kargil district of Kashmir and along the Line of Control. 
 

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