As he talks with soldiers on Diwali, the PM claims that Kargil “made end of terror possible.”

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi travelled to Kargil on Monday morning to celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights, with soldiers as India continues to be awash in celebration. Since he was elected prime minister for the first time in 2014, Modi has celebrated Diwali with the help of security officers. Soon after he arrived in Kargil, Ladakh, images were posted in a tweet from his office. It stated, “Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi has arrived in Kargil, where he will celebrate Diwali with our gallant warriors.”

After spending the previous day celebrating Deepotsav at Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, where the temple town saw a new world record of 15 lakh diyas being lit on the banks of the Saryu river, he travelled to Kargil. Additionally, he prayed to Ram Lalla (baby Ram) in the Janmabhoomi complex and examined the status of the Ram Temple’s construction.

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