Amarinder Singh recalls his days in Army, says letters were ‘driving force’

CHANDIGARH: Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday got nostalgic remembering his days in Army. On National Post Day, Captain thanked India Post Office for their services.

Amarinder Singh recalls his days in Army, says letters were ‘driving force’

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh. Photo credit: Twitter.

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Tribune Web Desk 
Chandigarh, October 10

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday got nostalgic remembering his days in the Army. On National Post Day, Captain thanked India Post Office for their services. 

In a tweet, Captain gave a “salute” to India Post Office. He revealed how receiving a letter from home, used to be his driving force. Along with a heartfelt note, he shared a picture of himself in his uniform. 

In the black and white picture, Captain can be seen sitting near a bunker. 

He wrote: “Nothing can beat the feeling of receiving a letter from home in the army! It used to be our driving force during my army days & these letters brought both tears & smiles. I salute @IndiaPostOffice for their service to the nation & thank them for the memories. #NationalPostDay.”

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