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Lt Gen Sanjay Kulkarni and Lt Gen GS Rawat (retd) paying homage at Amar Jawan Jyoti on occasion of Infantry Day on 27 Oct 15

New Delhi. 27th October, 2015. Infantry Day 2015 was celebrated with traditional fervor on 27 Oct 15 with Wreath Laying Ceremony organised at ‘Amar Jawan Jyoti’. Gen Dalbir Singh, the COAS, Senior Veterans, Colonels of Infantry Regiments and serving officers attended the Ceremony. Lt Gen GS Rawat (Retd) represented the veterans in the Wreath Laying Ceremony.

On this occasion, Lt Gen DS Hooda, the General Officer Commanding in Chief (Army Commander) and senior most Infantry officer in the region laid wreath on the “Dhruva Shahid Smarak” in Udhampur, in remembrance and honour of all those members of the Infantry fraternity, who made the supreme sacrifice for the honour and safety of the country in Jammu and Kashmir. Similar memorial service were held all over J&K.

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 In his message to the Infantry, Lt Gen DS Hooda, Army Commander complimented all Infantrymen for their devotion to duty and indomitable spirit while working under trying and difficult conditions. He acknowledged their tremendous contribution in maintaining the sanctity of the nation’s borders and fighting terrorism in J&K.

r Veterans, Colonels of Infantry Regiments and serving officers at Amar Jawan Jyoti on occasion of Infantry Day on 27 Oct 15

Field Marshal SHFJ Manekshaw Memorial Lecture was also organised at Manekshaw Centre, Delhi Cantt as part of Infantry Day celebrations.  Proceedings began with welcome address by Lt Gen Sanjay Kulkarni, Director General of Infantry.  Lt Gen VR Raghavan, (Retd) delivered lecture on “Old and New Wars: Structural Challenges”, highlighting changes in character and scope of wars.  Distinguished Soldier Diplomat, Lt Gen SK Sinha, (Retd) spoke of his association with Field Marshal Manekshaw, with whom he had the privilege to serve. The lecture culminated with closing remarks by the COAS, and a vote of thanks by the Director General Infantry.

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