Srinagar, Jan 26: As part of the solemn commemoration of the 75th Republic Day, Lt. Gen. Upendra Dwivedi, the Army Commander of the Northern Command (Army Cdr NC), paid homage at the Dhruva War Memorial in Udhampur. In a poignant gesture, he laid a wreath to honor the supreme sacrifice made by every soldier in the service of the Nation.
The Dhruva War Memorial stands as a symbol of remembrance, commemorating the valor and sacrifice of the brave hearts who laid down their lives in defense of the nation. Lt. Gen. Dwivedi’s tribute at this hallowed site served as a poignant reminder of the unwavering commitment and sacrifice made by the gallant soldiers of the Indian Army.
During the ceremony, the Army Commander took a moment to commend the Officers and Junior Commissioned Officers for their exceptional dedication and service to the nation. Their unwavering commitment and selfless devotion were acknowledged as integral to upholding the highest traditions of the armed forces.
The solemn event at the Dhruva War Memorial underscored the spirit of sacrifice, unity, and reverence for the brave souls who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to the motherland.
Lt. Gen. Upendra Dwivedi’s presence and tribute added a profound significance to the Republic Day observance, honoring the indomitable spirit of the Indian Army and its unwavering commitment to safeguarding the nation’s sovereignty and integrity.