President Ramnath Kovind remembers the martyrs of Galvan Valley, saying – the whole nation salutes

President Ramnath Kovind

New Delhi: On the eve of the 74th Independence Day of the country (Independence Day 2020), President Ramnath Kovind addressed the nation. During this, the President gave many wishes to all the people of the country on the eve of Independence Day. The President said, “There will be no fanfare in this year’s Independence Day celebrations as the deadly virus (Coronavirus) has disrupted all activities.” Praising the Corona Warriors, the President said, “They have gone far ahead in their duty to save lives and ensure essential services.”

The President said that a supernatural effort was made by the government to respond effectively to the challenges faced by the Kovid epidemic. President Kovind said, ‘This year, celebrations of Independence Day will be banned in many places of the country. The world is facing a deadly virus, due to which all kinds of activities have been banned. The Kovid epidemic has changed the world, what we were before may not happen now. President Ramnath Kovind said that the nation is indebted to doctors, nurses, and other health workers who have been at the forefront of the fight against the coronavirus. Unfortunately, many of them have lost their lives battling the epidemic. He is our national hero. Our brave soldiers, while protecting our borders, laid down their lives. Those worthy sons of Bharat Mata lived and died for national pride. The entire nation salutes the martyrs of the Galwan Valley.