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Sandese Aate Hain: ITBP jawan's beautiful rendition of Border song will make you emotional

ITBP jawan Lovely Singh's soulful rendition of Border song Sandese Aate Hain goes viral. Watched it yet?

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New Delhi Updated on: August 14, 2019 17:24 IST
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Watch  ITBP jawan's beautiful rendition of Border song

As India is gearing up to celebrate its 73rd Independence Day, Indo-Tibetan Border Police has dedicated a beautiful rendition of Sandese Aate Hain to all the soldiers. Crooned by ITBP jawan Lovely Singh, the video shows ITBP personnel safeguarding the nation. The video gives a glimpse of the tough condition which soldiers face while patrolling across the border areas. The video has been shared on Twitter by the official account of ITBP. 

'''ए गुजरने वाली हवा बता मेरा इतना काम करेगी क्या' Constable Lovely Singh of ITBP dedicates the song to colleagues on 73rd Independence Day.

#IndependenceDay,'' the caption read. As soon as the video surfaced on the internet, it went viral. Netizens started praising the jawan for such a soulful rendition. ''Sonu Nigam will be very very proud of this rendition Lovely ji. You can actually disarm enemy with the melody in your voice,'' a comment read. ''One of the best songs. Bharat Mata ki Jai #JaiHind #Jaibharat #HappyIndependenceDay,'' commented another user.

The video has also been shared by Union Minister Kiren Rijiju. Retweeting the video, he wrote, ''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''.

For unversed, ITBP was founded in 1962 with four battalions. It was in 2004 when the entire stretch of India-China border was assigned to ITBP, replacing Assam Rifled in Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. Last month, ITBP were seen protecting Amarnath pilgrims.

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