More than 10,000 veterans of the Indian Army meet at the Veer Senani Veteran Rally
by Dharm Patel Business Events | December 11, 2014 | News
Veer Senani Veteran Rally Innovations India Advertising and Events
The biggest ever ex- servicemen meet of North India was organized last month at Kharga Sports Stadium, Ambala Cantonment. More than 10,000 veterans of the Indian Army came together for this grand meet, executed by Innovations India Advertising and Events.
The main objective of the meet was to make it a grievance re-dressal session for all the ex- servicemen and offer the best solution for their problems at the earliest along with honouring the brave sons of India who gave their lives for the nation.
Lieutenant General Ravindra Pratap Sahi (General Officer – Commanding, Kharga Corps) accompanied by his wife Geeta Sahi (President, Army Wives Welfare Association) were the chief guests for the occasion. The event witnessed the presence of even World War 2 veterans and family members of the martyrs.
The event also saw the coming together of Disabled War Veterans of India and Air Force Association of India to provide jobs to retired soldiers and officers. Addressing all the veterans present at the occasion, Ravindra Pratap Sahi said: “The Indian Army is believed to be the most powerful army in the world and all of us are the proud members of this prolific family. It is indeed an honour to address such an august gathering today. Jai Hind!” He further honoured the physically disabled veterans by giving away scooters and wheelchairs.
Commenting on the event, Rahul Bali, MD, Innovations India, said: “We have been associated with the Indian Army since years but this time it has been an absolute pleasure and matter of pride to see and serve three generations of the Indian Army together and bring this giant event alive for the first time in North India.”
The whole stadium was branded adequately with eight giant LED walls and line array sound systems to eliminate sound obstructions. The major challenge was to make sure that each and every veteran could see and hear the events on the main stage with equal clarity.
The massive meet, held for ex-servicemen from all across North India, was executed by Innovations India Advertising and Events.