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The Armed Forces Flag Day

The Armed Forces Flag Day 🇮🇳 in India is celebrated 🎉🎊annually to remember all the sacrifices of the personnel of the Army🪖, Air Force and Navy🧑‍✈️towards the country. It is enthusiastically celebrated throughout the country as a tribute to the courageous and martyred soldiers. JVPS has always been focused on inculcating patriotism in the students.
The students of Jai Vatika Public 🏫, Barnala hosted a special program on Armed Forces Flag Day🇮🇳. They shared the importance and motive of this day. It has become a tradition to commemorate this day as an honour to the soldiers 🪖,airmen and sailors of India.On this day funds are collected for the welfare and rehabilitation of widows and ex-service men.
The students paid tribute to the courageous and martyred soldiers.They also highlighted that the Indian Army is the cause of peace in the nation and their contribution is very valuable. They recited poems and sang patriotic songs🎤🎻. Few students performed role play based on the life of soldiers.They showcased the difficulties faced by soldiers during the selection process but without losing faith how they strive to achieve their dream to serve the motherland. Their dedication and determination to join Indian Armed Forces 🪖🇮🇳was presented wonderfully. Students also resolved that they would be contributing generously to the Armed Forces Flag Day Fund. Our Principal Ma'am Mrs. Rinki Chakraborty Singh shared her views regarding the sacrifices made by the Indian soldiers for the sake of the Indians. She also appreciated the students for paying such a great tribute to our great soldiers . In this way each member of JVPS paid tribute to our Indian Armed Forces and saluted to their sacrifices.


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