Recently, the Indian Army walked into a huge welcome and thunderous applause when they entered the Indira Gandhi International airport in Delhi. Major Gaurav Arya took to Twitter to share the video which is now going viral.
0300 hrs, Indira Gandhi International Airport, crowds break into spontaneous applause when they see #IndianArmy soldiers. The day has come 🙏 pic.twitter.com/olK3nIHXJY
— Major Gaurav Arya (@majorgauravarya) April 18, 2017
There is not an ounce of doubt that with this reaction, the Army felt honoured and loved. This move comes right after what Modi said at one of his speeches, ‘Can we make effort slowly and develop a tradition to show respect to our defence forces?’
After Major Gaurav Arya uploaded the video, within minutes, it went viral and everyone started appreciating it.
Kahin bhi kisi #FaujiKoDekhoSaluteThoko , great way to honour the true heroes of the country. https://t.co/z6qbJ2gzb3
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) April 19, 2017
Nation greeted his bravehearts at IGI airport !
Bravo 🙏👍💪Jai Ho 🇮🇳
Wondering who ALL will be restless n sleepless at this gesture 😏@adgpi pic.twitter.com/vPOaD74JMf
— Maj Surendra Poonia,VSM (@MajorPoonia) April 18, 2017
The Goosebump moment: Crowd spontaneously applauds Indian Army soldiers at Indira Gandhi International Airport.pic.twitter.com/oQjAInoK8q
— The Engineer (@Engihumor) April 18, 2017
What a great gesture by people at Delhi airport!!! We should do this anywhere when we see a soldier. Jai Ho.🙏🇮🇳#AThankfulNation @adgpi https://t.co/3fIYIQ5GHm
— Anupam Kher (@AnupamPKher) April 18, 2017
Indian Army officials receive warm welcome at Indira Gandhi International Airport. @BSF_India @majorgauravarya @narendramodi @Ra_THORe pic.twitter.com/MW05Cstlv9
— Priya Kulkarni (@priyaakulkarni2) April 19, 2017
Video of crowd giving standing ovation at Indira Gandhi International Airport to #IndianArmy Jawans is d best thing I saw today on internet. pic.twitter.com/0Vg7dDRib7
— Manoj Kumar (@BharatKumar1857) April 18, 2017
Let’s hope that we continue to appreciate and honour them for the arduous work that they do.