PM Modi makes surprise visit to Ladakh, interacts with troops
PM Narendra Modi interacting with the troops in Ladakh on Friday morning Twitter

PM Modi makes surprise visit to Ladakh, interacts with troops

Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and Army chief MM Naravane accompanying PM Narendra Modi to Nimu at 11,000 ft

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narenda Modi made a surprise visit to Ladakh and interacted with troops on Friday morning.

Images released later show PM Modi sitting in a camouflage tent as he spoke to the troops seated at a distance from each other against the backdrop of the Himalayas. Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and Army Chief MM Naravane were also present, among others.

According to the Prime Minister's office, he was at a forward location in Nimu at 11,000 ft. He reached there early in the morning by chopper from Leh and will return later on the day on Friday.

Personnel of the Army, Air Force and ITBP were present for the interaction
Personnel of the Army, Air Force and ITBP were present for the interactionTwitter
PM Narendra Modi interacting with the troops in Ladakh on Friday morning
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Modi’s visit to Ladakh assumes significance as 20 Indian soldiers died during a border clash with China on June 15. The Prime Minister's visit has been described as a major morale booster for the forces and a powerful message against Chinese aggression.

PM Narendra Modi at Ladakh
PM Narendra Modi at LadakhTwitter
PM Narendra Modi interacting with the troops in Ladakh on Friday morning
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“Interacting with our brave armed forces personnel at Nimu,” the PM posted, sharing a photo on his Instagram account.

Personnel of the Army, Air Force and ITBP were present for the interaction. PM Modi will also visit a hospital where several soldiers wounded in the clash are recovering.

PM Narendra Modi interacting with the troops in Ladakh on Friday morning
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