Kargil Victory Day Celebrated at British Lingua

An ‘Honor of  Bravery’  was presented to Jagat Pal Singh, who retired as Junior Commissioned Officer ( JCO) from Indian Army was one of the soldiers who used the 84 MM Rocket Launcher (known as Kaal Gustakh) in Kargil War, fought for two months between Indian Pakistan in 1999. This award was bestowed upon him by Sri RK Jha, IPS (R) at Kargil Victory Day organized by Lingua Multiservices, institute of English communication skills of national repute in Delhi.

Receiving the honor, JP Singh said “I am thankful to the Lingua Family for giving me such an honor. Further, I am immensely pleased to be a part of Kargil Victory Day Celebration here. I appreciate the Lingua Family for organizing such an event at the national capital –Delhi.”

Addressing the gathering on the occasion, RK Jha, who retired as Additional Vigilance Commissioner from Delhi Government last year tried to instill a sense of patriotic sentiments in the youth at the nationalistic function, saying that national interest must be above personal interest.

Decoding the quote from Billy Graham – “when wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when a character is lost, all is lost.” the bureaucrat-turned –social worker called for probity in the lives of today’s youth. Further, he added that the practice of and adherence to this meaningful quote is all panacea and would lead to happiness in one’s life.

 “We sleep at nights because the boundaries of the country are well-protected by our great soldiers who sacrifice a lot even to the extent of their lives to secure the country from any infringements, intrusions and invasions. Hence, we must salute their indomitable valor and courage; and be proud of them for sacrifices and patriotism” said noted author and head of Lingua Group, Dr Birbal Jha, who is known as the ‘Youngest Living Legend of Mithila’ where Goddess Sita was born in the second epoch- Treta.

 The song –Jashn-e-Hindustan, the lyrics of which was composed by Dr Birbal and sung by Jyoti Mishra was played on the occasion, which kept the audience spell-bound.