PM Modi Paid Tribute To Indian Soldiers killed in Israel

Today is the 3rd and the last day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Israel. During this, PM Modi paid homage to the Indian soldiers who died in Haifa.

Haifa is where the Indian soldiers showed their bravery in World War I. Indian soldiers protected Haifa fighting against the Ottoman Turks armed with modern weapons. Equestrian Indian soldiers had defeated enemy forces only with swords and spears. During this time many Indian jawans were martyred.

The war took place on September 23, 1918. Even today, this day is celebrated as Israel’s Haifa Day. At the same time, the Indian Army also salutes the bravery of its soldiers.

Today’s PM Modi program was:

-Tribute to the Indian martyrs in Haifa at 2 pm.

-Pam Benjamin Netanyahu, along with PM Modi, went to Haifa.

After this, Modi had lunch with 30 CEOs.

-Haifa returns to capital Oil-Aviv from both PM cars and stays on one beach on the way.

After this, PM Modi also addressed the Israeli parliament.

-On Indian time, at 7.30 pm PM Modi left for Germany to join the G-20 Summit.

Earlier, PM Modi addressed the Indian community on the second day of his Israeli tour. Nearly five thousand Indians travel to the Prime Minister’s office at the Convention Center in Tel Aviv. During this time, the prime minister had to count all the achievements of his government there, as well as three big helpers. Modi announced the announcement of the relief of OCI card rules, the opening of Indian Cultural Center from the forum, and at the end of the speech, he also announced the start of the Delhi-Mumbai-Tel Aviv flight service soon.

During this time, the prime minister had to count all the achievements of his government there, as well as three big helpers. Modi announced the announcement of the relief of OCI card rules, the opening of Indian Cultural Center from the forum, and at the end of the speech, he also announced the start of the Delhi-Mumbai-Tel Aviv flight service soon.

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