Amit Shah spends night at BSF camp near Pak border, lauds spirit of BSF
Union Home Minister Amit Shah who is on a two-day visit to Rajasthan was in Jaisalmer yesterday. Shah spent the night with the jawans of the Border Security Forces at the Ind-Pak border and lauded their patriotism and bravery.
Amit Shah, the Minister of Home Affairs, who is on a two-day visit to the State of Rajasthan spent his last night with the troops of Border Security Forces (BSF) at the India-Pakistan border in Jaisalmer. Shah took part and watched the BSF patrol on the India-Pakistan border and paid floral tributes at the war memorial. The Home Minister also had his dinner with the officers and jawans of the BSF.
Shah began his day by offering prayers at Tanot Rai Mata Mandir around the afternoon followed by paying floral tributes at the war memorial. Then, Amit Shah addressed the troops of the Border Security Forces (BSF) in a program at the Rohitash Border Outpost. Shah here announced a couple of welfare schemes for troops of the BSF and their families. Shah announced an extension of the Aayushman Bharat scheme to CAPF. He praised and saluted the bravery of the jawan and said it is because of them that 130 crore Indians are able to sleep peacefully.
Amit Shah also distributed the free health card to the troops of the Border Security Forces to ensure them with good quality free medical treatment for them and their family members. He then proceeded to the outpost and reviewed the security preparation along the border. At the end of the day, Amit Shah had dinner with the Jawan of the BSF. Taking it to Twitter, he shared photos of him having dinner with the security personnel.
The Home Minister will today attend the 57th BSF Raising Day event and will then proceed to the State’s capital-Jaipur for his political part of the visit. There, in Jaipur, Shah will address the state working committee meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party. Shah will address a conference of MPs, MLAs, Zilla Parishads, Pradhans, and District Presidents.
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