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This photo is of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Tamil Nadu. During this time he dedicated the Arjun Mark-1-A tank to the nation.
Later this week, Army personnel will join the Military Commanders Combined Commanders Conference. The conference will be chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The jawans are included in this conference for the first time. Till now, the conference consisted of chiefs of the armies and officers of the rank of commander-in-chief.
News agency ANI said that in the conference, the jawans will discuss various aspects of the functioning and operations of the army with the Prime Minister. The idea of inducting soldiers in the conference came from the Prime Minister’s Office itself.
During the confrontation with China, the advice of the soldiers worked.
According to sources, the Combined Commanders Conference will include junior commissioned officers, non-commissioned officers. They have also been given some topics on which they will prepare the presentation. These will be presented to the Prime Minister. During the recent confrontation with China on the LAC, the personnel’s operations proved to be very effective. The soldiers had expressed their views on daily functioning, digging the gap in front of the Chinese army and creating obstacles. The army had benefited greatly from this.
Modi changed the shape of the combined conference
According to sources, the Prime Minister has started the work of changing the structure of the Combined Commanders Conference. Earlier these conferences were held in South Block, but now Modi has started it on the operational base. In 2014, Modi addressed this conference for the first time. After this, it has been done at INS Vikramaditya, Indian Military Academy, Dehradun and Jodhpur Airbase.
This time this conference will be in front of Sardar Ballabh Bai Patel’s Statue of Unity in Kevadia, Gujarat. During this time, the top commanders of the military will stay in the tent.