- Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will address the conference on 27th October
- The Army Commanders’ Conference will be held in Delhi from 26th to 29th October
- The event will be attended by senior officers of the Army including the Vice Chief of the Army Staff, all Army Commanders
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will address the Army Commanders’ Conference on 27th October. The event will be held in Delhi from 26th to 29th October and will be attended by senior officers of the Army including the Vice Chief of the Army Staff, all Army Commanders, Principal Staff Officers (PSOs) of the Army HQ and other senior officers.
As per the media reports, the situation with China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), J&K and reforms in the forces will be key agenda.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday asserted that he is confident that the Indian Army will not let anyone take even an inch of our country’s land.
China, J&K, military reforms on agenda
With no development in talks between India and China to resolve the ongoing situation along the LAC, the Indian Army is prepared for the long haul in the Himalayas.
Earlier today, the Defence Minister had said that India wants border tension to end and peace to be preserved but sometimes, nefarious activities take place.
He further expressed confidence in jawans guarding the border saying, “I am fully confident that our army will not let anyone take even an inch of our land.”
Singh made these remarks after performing ‘Shastra Puja’ at Sukna War Memorial in Darjeeling, West Bengal in the presence of Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane.
Rajnath Singh-NSA Doval warn China
NSA Ajit Doval also issued a warning to China saying India will
The Indian security forces have conducted many successful operations in J&K eliminating top terrorists.
Recently, Times Now report revealed that Pakistan is planning a major infiltration from PoK to Kashmir via LOC. Rattled by successful ‘Black Day’ protests in J&K and PoK, Pakistani military-intelligence apparatus is trying to divert the attention by carrying out attacks on the Indian security forces in the Valley.