The Indian Army on Tuesday has released a song in order to mark the first anniversary of the Galwan Valley clash. The song ‘Galwan Ke Veer’ pays tributes to the soldiers who valiantly fought with Chinese troops during the Galwan clash in the Ladakh region. The song is performed by notable singer Hariharan. The song lyrics highlight the valour and sacrifice of the Indian Army soldiers that guard the Galwan Valley.
Indian Army releases song on the first anniversary of Galwan clash
The song lyrics and video portray the lives of Indian Army troops deployed in Galwan and other parts of the Ladakh region. The visual also shows Indian military assets like helicopters and tanks. Moreover, it also captures the round-the-clock vigil, training and army’s combat readiness to tackle threats along the border with China.
Taking to Twitter, the singer – Hariharan stated that he was a ‘unique privilege and a sense of pride’ that he was able to contribute to this song project. Hariharan also thanked the Indian Army for the project while he described how the song will leave a mark on him.
Indian Army pays homage to ‘Gallants of Galwan’
Earlier on Tuesday, the Indian Army paid homage to the Galwan martyrs and laid a wreath at the Leh War Memorial. Major General Akash Kaushik, COS, Fire and Fury Corps paid homage to the soldiers killed in the face-off.