Need to be prepared for any operational contingencies: Rajnath

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The conference included a briefing on the Indian Army’s “Transformational Imperatives for a Future Ready Force” plans…reports Asian Lite News

Interacting with the top leadership of the force on Wednesday, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh applauded the Indian Army for maintaining a high level of operational preparedness to uphold national security and sovereignty.

“I have full faith and confidence in the Indian Army and its leadership,” he said during the ongoing Army Commanders’ Conference in New Delhi.

During the conference, the top leadership of the Indian Army is carefully considering every facet of potential security threats to the current security system.

Additionally, the conference is concentrating on topics relating to organizational reorganization, logistics, administration, human resource management, modernization through indigenization, and the introduction of niche technologies, said the Ministry of Defence.

The conference included a briefing on the Indian Army’s “Transformational Imperatives for a Future Ready Force” plans.

Defence Minister Singh said that the Indian Army is one of the most admired and trusted organizations in the nation. He emphasized the outstanding job done by the Army in protecting India’s borders, combating terrorism, and helping the civil government when needed.

He applauded the Army’s initiatives to create specialized technologies in partnership with civil businesses and elite educational institutions, moving the country closer to the goal of “Modernization through Indigenization” or “Atam Nirbharta.”

In conclusion, he said that in order to be ready for all operational contingencies, operational preparedness must constantly be at its highest level.

The Army Commanders’ Conference is an apex-level biennial event that is taking place in New Delhi from November 7–11.

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