Students of FJC greet the soldiers this diwali with Aabhar campaign
Prepared handmade cards for them to feel like home
Fourth year in succession the students from Faculty of Journalism and Communication organised card making event for soldiers as a part of 'Be The Change' '#Aabhar4.0' campaign. They dedicate the day to the soldiers and make handmade cards to thank them for their sacrifice at borders and help them to enjoy the festival at their homes.
"This Diwali, don't just greet your family members but also the real heroes as well guarding the borders for our safety. Celebrate this Diwali in a different way by thank the soldiers for their sacrifice and show the respect and love to them," this the message from the students of MSU to soldiers this diwali.
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The students make the cards with emotional messages for the soldiers to make them feel like home this diwali. They prepare the cards and later send them to the soldiers guarding the borders of our country. The idea is to show them the respect and thanked the soldiers on this festive season to feel like home and with their family.
"Since the last 3 years through 'Be The Change' campaign the students prepare and sending handmade diwali and thank you cards to the soldiers. We have the target of around 300 cards this time and will send it to the BSF jawans and Kutch border and to Kashmir through Gandhinagar," said Saral Patel organiser of the event.