The two-day Military Literature Festival kicked off on Saturday in the auditorium of Khalsa College in Patiala with a glittering opening ceremony.
The Military Literature Festival was organized under the activities of the Patiala Heritage Festival.
The main guest of the ceremony, Dr. Barbir Singh, Health Minister of Punjab, gave his opening remarks, advising young people to avoid drugs and contribute to nation-building by joining the coveted professions in the military.
Dr Singh said the Punjab government is committed to eradicating the drug threat and gang culture in Punjab.
Military Literary Festival (MLF) President Lt. Gen. TS Shergill thanked CM Bhagwant Man for his approval to advance the Military Literature Festival by allowing regions and universities to host it. represented. Troops to the rural segment.
Panel discussions were organized as part of the Military Literature Festival on three contemporary topics of great interest among young people.
Topics selected by the organizing committee included Shaheed Bhagat Singh. Pak, influence on China, Ukraine and India, and the contribution and role of the Patiala National Army in his 1947 War.
A well-known and in-depth speaker taught the audience some previously unknown facts. 15 The Brave History of the ‘Rajindra Sikhs’, now known as Punjab, recognizes the bravery of the Patiala Sikhs during World War I, World War II, and during the first war shortly after independence. He received a standing ovation from the youths.
Other events such as the “Clarion Call” Theater, Taiko and Martial Arts Dances, and the Archery Arena captivated the audience.
Many young people boarded tanks lined up to display their equipment and felt motivated to join the military. A number of young people were also seen as Patiala accelerated his bike for the Brave Hearts Bikers Rally, which began at the polo stadium on Sunday morning.
“Kavi Durbar” is scheduled for January 30th in the “Language Division”. An aeromodelling show is scheduled for February 3rd at the Civil Aviation Club.