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Veer Naris and Veterans felicitated at MLIRC

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A felicitation of Veer Naris and Veterans was organized at Sharquat Auditorium, Maratha Light Infantry Regimental Centre, Belagavi on 02 Feb 2018 as part of 3rd Maratha LI Day celebration. The Maratha LI Day is being celebrated by the Maratha Light Infantry Regiment all over the nation on 04 February to commemorate the sacrifices of the Maratha warriors in the history of the nation. Felicitation ceremony was organized with an aim to dignify the sacrifice of our gallant soldiers in 1965, 1971, 1999 wars and in other various operational activities. Towards this, 18 Veer Naris & 35 Veterans in and around Belagavi attended the felicitation ceremony.

MRS_VRINDA_KALWAD_FELICITATING_VEER_NARIMrs Vrinda Kalwad, Chairperson, Family Welfare Organization (FWO), The MARATHA LI RC presided over the function. Other senior ladies and officers of Belagavi Military Station also attended the function. The Veer Naris were briefed upon the various benefits and avenues opened by the Central/State Government for their welfare by Col Prakash Mithare. Lt Col BB Mohanty, Chief Record Officer, Records, The MARATHA LI briefed them of the latest policies on welfare and resettlement which is being followed by a lecture on life style disease by Major Manveer Singh, Regimental Medical Officer. Veer Naris and their wards were also briefed upon information pertaining to various job opportunities in Army/Civil Administration. As part of veterans outreach Records Maratha LI, Dept of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement and ECHS had placed their representatives to facilitate remedial measures of veterans grievances.

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Mrs Vrinda Kalwad, Chairperson, FWO while interacting with the Veer Naris assured them of continued support in handling their problems. She later felicitated the Veer Naris followed by an in-house interaction with all the ladies present at the venue.

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  1. A very Noble gesture on the part of the MLIRC to celebrate Veer Naris & Veterans Day. Also a memorable occasion for the Veterans who had served the country through this Maratha Regiment and are now still alive to be present on this occasion to receive their felicitations. I, for one, am the surviving son of one of your JCO– (late) Subedar( Head/Clerk) Shaikh Ahmed S/o Fattemohamad who entered active military service (British Indian Army)as a Jawan way back in the year 1927 into the 4th Marathas and had retired from The Records Office,MLIRC Belgaum(Belgavi) way back in Oct.1953 and subsequently expired in May 1964 in his home-town Pune( Maharashtra State). Having thus being brought up in a military environment through-out my childhood and boyhood period, I value very much the valor and sacrifices these service personnel have to endure through-out their career to upkeep the high tradition of the Armed Forces of India. JAI-HIND….

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