News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Published by: Gaurav Pandey
Updated Monday, 25 October 2021 10:24 PM IST
Army Staff Chief General MM Narwane is presiding over a four-day conference in the national capital, New Delhi, to review military readiness. The conference is an institutional forum for basic level discussions that can be used to make important policy decisions for the military.
Chief of Army Staff General MM Naravane
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Top commanders of the Indian Army on Monday conducted a detailed review on national security challenges. On the opening day of the four-day conference, he also reviewed the situation in sensitive areas along eastern Ladakh and the Line of Control (LoC) with China. Sources said the commanders had also discussed security situation in Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of the killings of civilians in the Union Territory over the past few weeks, according to a news agency PTI report.
During this time, top Army commanders reviewed India’s combat readiness and readiness to respond to a sudden challenge in eastern Ladakh, where Indian and Chinese forces have been at a standstill for the past 17 months. However, at several points of conflict the two sides completed the withdrawal of troops. In addition, reforms and their actions in relation to human resource issues in the military were also discussed.
According to the report, Defense Minister Rajnath may address the conference on Wednesday. Apart from this, at the meeting, Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat, Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh and Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Vivek Ram Chowdhury also joined the Indian Army to promote coordination between the three Armed Forces. Country. Refers to senior leadership.
The three – day meeting will focus on the situation in eastern Ladakh and ways to further strengthen Indian military readiness in the region. The commanders will review overall military readiness in eastern Ladakh as well as other parts of the LAC. During this time, Army commanders can also discuss reforms and actions recommended by various internal committees.