The wife of Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Narwane, who arrived for a four-day visit to Nepal, met with the families of Nepalese Gorkha soldiers in Kathmandu. During this time, he handed over the gifts given by the Gurkha soldiers to his wives. These Gorkha jawans are stationed in the Delhi office, South Block of General Narwane. Veena Narwane, wife of the army chief, is also president of the Army Wives Welfare Association.
The Gurkha Jawan family seemed happy
After meeting the wife of the head of the army, the family of soldiers Gorkha looked very happy. Nepal has closed its borders to the general public due to the corona virus. Due to which many Gorkha jawans could not meet their families even during the festival season. In such a situation, the wives of the Gurkha jawans expressed their happiness by meeting the wife of the chief of the army.
Army chief Narwane paid three-day visit to Nepal
On November 4, the Chief General of the Indian Army, Mr. M. Narwane, reached Nepal with his wife. Meanwhile, President of Nepal Bidya Devi Bhandari bestowed the honorary title of General of the Nepalese Army on Thursday in a special ceremony on General Narwane. It’s a decades-old tradition that reflects the close relationship between the two armies.
General Narwane also met with PM Oli
General Naravane also met Nepalese Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Friday. The Nepalese army reported that a meeting between General Narwane and Oli took place at his official residence in Baluwatar. Oli is also the Minister of Defense of Nepal. According to Prime Minister Oli’s foreign advisor Ranjan Bhattarai, Oli said that there is a good friendship between Nepal and India.
Nepal opposes Gorkha Jawans entry into Indian army
Amid the border dispute with India, the government of Nepal had protested against the Gorkha Jawans joining the Indian army. Nepal’s Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali had said that some provisions of this agreement were questionable, so this 1947 agreement became meaningless. Earlier in Nepal, there was a demand to ban the Gurkhas from joining the Indian army.
What did Sam Manekshaw say about the Gurkhas
The stories of the bravery of the Gurkhas are famous the world over, but Sam Manekshaw, a former Chief of Staff of the Indian Army who himself belonged to the Gorkha Regiment, would often say that if someone says he is not afraid of death, he will lie. Or he is a Gurkha. The Nepalese Gurkhas have an unprecedented relationship with the Indian army from 1815 to today.
Khurkhari is the identity of the Gurkhas
Gorkha soldiers only dominate enemies with the help of Khukri on the battlefield. It is a sharp dagger that is still held by every Gorkha soldier. This weapon is given to them after training. That they use against enemies during war.
Mentally and physically, Gorkha is very strong
Gurkha soldiers are very strong physically and mentally. They were sent on assignment after 42 weeks of rigorous training in the Indian Army. They are very good at fighting on the mountains. They dominate enemies in head-to-head battles and unarmed battles. Its size is small and firm.