Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: It's festive season and as Diwali approaches, wishes and greetings are being sent across the country to friends, families, near and dear ones.
However, as the nation celebrates Diwali, our soldiers, the Indian Army, will be guarding our borders so that we can celebrate Diwali peacefully and safely.
And it is right in every way that we remember them through our celebrations.
On Wednesday, Olympic-medalist-turned-professional boxer Vijender Singh became one of the firsts to wish the Indian Army a very Happy Diwali.
— Vijender Singh (@boxervijender) October 26, 2016