New Delhi: Misinformation is being spread about the Amarjavan torch affair, as the lights in the Amarjavan torch were not turned off Central government Has provided the explanation.
India Gate, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It was last opened by Lord Irwin on February 12, 1931. The India Gate was erected to commemorate the 70,000 soldiers who died in the First World War from 1914 to 1921.
Later, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi installed the Amar Jawan torch here to commemorate the 1971 war.
Now celebrating the 50th anniversary of the war, it has been reported that Amar Jawan Jyoti will be reunited at the newly created National War Memorial.
Former Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had condemned this. He said, “We will re-light the Amar Jawan torch, which has been lit for 50 years. Some people do not understand patriotism and sacrifice. ”
In this case Amar Jawan in relation to the torch Central government Has provided the explanation. It says:
Misinformation is being spread about the Amar Jawan Jyoti affair. The lamp in the Amarjavan torch was not turned off. Attached to the lamp at the National War Memorial. The Amarjavan torch contains only the names of soldiers who died in the 1971 war. The names of soldiers who died in other battles are not there.
The National War Memorial features the names of soldiers who died in the post-independence wars. Paying tribute here is the true tribute paid to all players. For the past 70 years National War Memorial Those who are not set up shed tears to see that all the martyred soldiers are truly being paid tribute.