Rajnath Singh presents gallantry, meritorious service medals to Coast Guard personnel | India News

NEW DELHI: Defence minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday presented gallantry and meritorious service medals to Indian Coast Guard personnel at the Investiture Ceremony being held at National Stadium Complex in the national capital.
Speaking on the occasion, the defence minister said that the India Coast Guard was started with 4-6 boats and today, with more than 150 ships, and 66 aircraft, it holds an important place in the world’s best maritime forces.
Singh further said that the Indian Coast Guard’s professionalism, and ever-growing nature, instills confidence among the countrymen that our national maritime interests are under the safe watch of brave guards.
Meanwhile, on Friday, Singh extended his greetings to the air warriors and their families on Air Force Day and stated that the Indian Air Force (IAF) is steadfast in its service to the nation.
“Greetings and warm wishes to all Indian Air Force personnel and their families on the 89th anniversary of this indomitable force. Proud of our air warriors for responding to varied challenges with alacrity and resilience and being steadfast in the service to the nation,” Singh tweeted.

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