Speech on Indian Army
A very good morning to everyone present here. I am honoured that I got the opportunity to speak on “Indian Army”.
Indian Army is the segment of India that ensures national security as well as the national unity of the country. India being very diverse & surrounded by various countries, faces several issues.
The Indian Army ensures that the country does not face any problem internal as well as external. Soldiers are always considered the main asset of any country as they keep the people of the country safe.
They are the ones who are ready to sacrifice everything for our country & the people. Indian armed forces are broadly divided into three major categories, i.e. Indian Army, Indian Air force & Indian Navy.
Indian Army is a land bases unit while Air force is air defence & Navy ensures security in the water. Indian Army is the second largest in the world with 1.23 million personnel on active rolls & 9.6 lakhs in reserves.
As the Indian Army is vast, it is divided into various regiments are Punjab regiment, Madras regiment, Rajputana rifles etc. Indian Army also has its intelligence unit known as Military Intelligence.
Indian Army is based on land is mainly responsible for protecting the country against land-based attacks. It also helps in dealing with other problems like terrorism, tackling emergencies.
It also acts as a rescuing team in case of natural calamities like floods, earthquake etc. Indian Army is the best example of outrageous & courageous with a disciplined life. Indian Army originated during the rule of Britishers under the name of the “British Indian Army”.
Indian Army fought World War I & II before Independence under Britishers. After Independence, it has also fought wars like the Kargil War in 1999, the Indo-Pakistan war in 1965, Indo-China War in 1962.
Other significant operations like Meghdoot, Cactus & Vijay are successful. It has also carried out several operations against Naxalites & Maoist to maintain internal security.
Indian Army is one of the most potent forces in the world. They are ones who work in one of the fiercest battlefields. They serve the country even in the severe extreme conditions.
Their perfection & excellency makes them different from the other forces. It makes them unique, as they are the real heroes of the nation who are always ready to sacrifice their life for motherland.
They are the backbone of our country. It is our moral duty to respect them. We are lucky & blessed to have Indian Army.
Short Speech on Indian Army
Good morning to everyone present here. Today I am here to tell you all about the Indian Army. I am overwhelmed to speak on this topic as my father is a serving officer Indian Army in Sikh Regiment.
Indian Army is one of the strongest & largest forces all over the world. It was founded 125 years ago under the Britishers & was known as “British Indian Army”. Indian armed force has three units, i.e. Indian Army, Airforce & Naval.
Out of which Indian Army is responsible for security & safety on land. It protects all of us from any foreign attacks & takes care of our safety. It also tackles various internal problems like riots, Naxalites & Maoists.
During emergencies, the Indian Army comes into force to maintain national unity. They also act as a rescue team during natural calamities like floods, earthquakes etc. They are ever ready to provide us with national security & with a safe environment to stay in.
They sacrifice many things to provide us with the same. They are fearless & courageous. Their perfection & discipline is what makes them different from others.
I am very proud that my father is a part of the Indian Army. He is firm, brave & disciplined. He spends most of the months in the year in his location of duty serving our nation.
He only visits home twice in a year. I miss him a lot, but he always makes me understand that it is our nation to whom we have our first responsibilities. I am lucky to have him in my life who is serving the nation & loves his motherland more than anything else.
We all must be thankful to our Indian Army for everything they have provided us with. We all must be proud of them. We must respect them & treat them with love, affection & care. I am thankful that I got this opportunity to speak on the topic.