Our soldiers have been working day and night just to keep us safe. Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it. We all should be thankful to the Indian army who have put their life at risk so that we can sleep without any fear with our lights off, all the heroes in the movies are fake because they are our real heroes.
Ritesh Parmar, Principal chief commissioner of income tax (Exemptions) took it into his and his team’s hands and decided to give the army the respect and honor they deserve. His team spoke to government schools in Surat, Vadodara, Bhavnagar, Rajkot, and Ahmedabad and convinced them that our army needs the love and respect they deserve over 800 students participated and made greeting cards for our soldiers to commemorate the 75 years of independence and to show them how much they mean to us and that without them we wouldn’t be as safe as we are today. These cards will be reaching the headquarters a few days before independence day so that the soldiers can be celebrated the way they are supposed to be. From classes VI-VIII have participated in this competition. These cards will be going to the international border with Pakistan, mostly through the Kutch district.
Most of the cards that I saw were made out of respect, love, and happiness. All the cards had wonderful messages on them full of support and warmth from their side. We salute the army for everything they have done for us.