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Union Minister V K Sing today suggested that ex-servicemen take lesson from Anna Hazare's dedication towards the country.
The Union Minister of State for External Affairs said this during an interaction with about 300 ex-service men at an interaction session held on completion of three years in office by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Singh is a former chief of the Indian Army.
While sharing his political journey from a retired army officer, Singh emphasised on the responsibility of ex- servicemen towards the society. "The society has a strong faith on army personnel," Singh said.
Stating that the value of ex-servicemen is very important in the society, Singh lauded the activities of social worker Anna Hazare, who was also a retired soldier.
Singh also listened various grievances of ex-servicemen who attended the interaction programme from across the state. They presented demands including permanent employment to the ex-servicemen who are working in government and private companies, impact on ex-servicemen after implementation of GST, setting up of Army Memorial Club in Odisha.
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