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Raksha Mantri’s Addresses at the Indian Army Commanders’ Conference

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The Army Commanders’ Conference 2024, a significant biannual event, convened in New Delhi, combining virtual and physical modes on March 28, April 1, and April 2. Addressing apex leadership, discussions spanned diverse security aspects, organizational restructuring, and the assimilation of niche technologies for modernization and indigenization.

A pivotal moment occurred on the third day as Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh addressed senior Army leadership, praising their unwavering commitment and lauding the Indian Army’s trusted status among citizens. Highlighting the Army’s multifaceted role, from security to humanitarian assistance, he reiterated its indispensable contribution to national development.

Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh underscored the evolving global landscape, stressing the integration of cyber, information, and communication aspects in future conflicts. Expressing confidence in ongoing talks along the Northern borders, he emphasized peaceful resolution and praised the Border Roads Organization’s (BRO) efforts in enhancing border infrastructure.

Regarding cross-border terrorism, Singh applauded the Army’s synergy with CAPF/Police forces in Jammu and Kashmir and called for sustained operations to maintain regional stability. He commemorated soldiers’ sacrifices and acknowledged their role in military diplomacy, fostering cooperative relationships with foreign Armies.

Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh commended the Army’s technological strides, emphasizing collaboration with civil industries for indigenization and modernization. He reiterated the government’s commitment to veterans’ welfare and stressed the need for regular interface with emerging technologies.

Concluding, Singh urged continuous deliberation on defense diplomacy, indigenization, and force modernization, emphasizing the Army’s pivotal role in national security. He affirmed the government’s support for reforms and capability enhancement, echoing the nation’s pride in its armed forces.

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