Wards at India’s largest Covid-19 centre Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Covid-19 hospital will be named after soldiers who lost their lives during violent face off with Chinese Army.
DRDO (Defence Research And Development Organisation) has come up with this decision after PM Narendra Modi’s visit to Ladakh on Friday. The wards will be named after Indian troops who lost their lives on 15th June in Galwan Valley clash. This will act as a tribute to Indian Army for serving the country and protecting the countrymen from the evil eyes.
Sanjeev Joshi, Technology Advisor to DRDO Chairman said, “In honour of Indian Army troops who lost their lives on Galwan Valley Clash on June 15, DRDO has decided to name different wards of new Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Covid-19 Hospital, Delhi after them”.
20 Indian soldiers lost their lives in violent face off with Chinese Army. PM Narendra Modi visited Ladakh today and thanked all the soldiers for their service towards the nation. Addressing the army the Prime Minister said, “A message has gone to the world about the valour shown by you braves. The way you stood up to the powers, the world wishes to know who are these braves? What is their training? What is their sacrifice? World is analysing your bravery”.
The hospital situated in Delhi- Haryana Border in Chhatarpur area can treat 10,000 Covid-19 patients at the same time. Reportedly, the hospital is one of the world’s largest Covid-19 centre accompanied with many facilities.