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Watch: Soldier Displays Love for Nation, Sings “Sandese Aate Hain”

A soldier of The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) has sung the cult patriotic song ahead of the 73rd Independence Day.

While displaying his love for the nation, ITBP soldier, Lovely Singh Sinduriya has sung the cult patriotic song “Sandese aate hain” from the 1997 hit “Border”.

While there are many covers of this song available on the social media platforms, the constable has soulfully crooned the song and made a special place it comes from a brave son of the soil in uniform.

The music video, which features footage of brave ITBP jawans guarding the nation, was uploaded by the ITBP on their twitter and Youtube accounts.

Moreover, the video also shows Lovely Sing recording the song and begins with a message “ITBP salutes the nation on – 73rd independence day-2019. Constable Lovely Singh Sinduriya dedicates “SANDESE” to Himveers.”

The Union Minister Kiren Rijiju shared the video on his twitter handle and said he has worked closely with the Indo-Tibetan Border Police and can feel how they carry the heartbeat of the motherland.

“A heart touching rendition by @ITBP_official jawan Lovely Singh. I’ve worked very closely with our jawans and stayed with them in border areas. I can feel how they carry the heartbeat of the motherland,” Mr Rijiju tweeted.

Back in January this year, a video of a Border Security Force (BSF) jawan went viral.

The video which was retweeted by Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, featured a jawan singing the song  ‘Sandese Aate Hai’ while the jawans around him lend their support by clapping.

Originally sung by Sonu Nigam and Roop Kumar Rathod, now and then the soulful rendition wins many hearts on the internet.

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