Every Year Government of India celebrate Indian Armed Forces Flag Day, Do You Know the reason for the celebration of Indian Armed Forces Flag Day? If not then here is the answer to why the Government of India promotes Indian Armed Forces Flag Day on 7th December every year.
Know the Reason of Celebration Indian Armed Forces Flag Day
Every year on 7th December since 1949 the Government of India celebrate Indian Armed Forces Flag day throughout India to honor our real heroes the martyrs & the men and women in uniform who stand at the borders so that we the general people enjoy our lives with the family. They sacrifice their lives without any question, live very far from their family love and safeguard us and our country.
We and our country are forever indebted to these gallant heroes who lay down their lives in the service of the motherland. So it’s our collective duty to be with their families not only by moral support but with financial support apart from the government of India’s & states contributions which help our real heroes and their families to overcome the disabilities comes in their lives while in duty to safeguarding us.
Our small & voluntary contribution will help towards providing care, support, rehabilitation, and financial aid to our real heroes.
Take a Pledge to Support Indian Armed Forces Flag Day
Do a Small Contribution for Big Change in our Heroes Lifes
You will be redirected to the government website(http://ksb.gov.in/DonateAFFDF.htm) which is managed by Kendriya Sainik Board Secretariat, Department of Ex-Servicemen welfare comes under the Ministry of Defence and Government of India. Confirm the URL before doing the contribution.
Your small contribution will bring a big change in the life of our Heroes.
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Message from Our Raksha Mantri Shri. Rajnath Singh Ji
Below are some interesting facts about Indian Armed Forces
1 : Who is the first Indian Air Force chief?
Answer: Subroto Mukerjee on April 1st, 1954 was a red-letter day in the history of the Indian Air Force
2: Why Ashoka Chakra is blue?
Answer: The Ashoka Chakra is rendered in navy blue on a white background replacing the symbol of the charkha of the pre-independence version of the flag. The chakra signifies that there is life in movement and death in stagnation. It represents the dynamism of a peaceful change.
3: Which state has most soldiers in Indian Army?
Answer: Uttar Pradesh, which has 16.50% of the country’s population, has the largest chunk in all three services — 1,74,309 in the Army, 32,817 in the IAF, and 11,256 in the Navy.
4: Who is the best army in India?
- Para Commandos
- Ghatak Force
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