Panchkula, Sept 11: Indian Army Chief General MM Naravane visited Western Command headquarters at Chandimandir in Panchkula on Friday. The Army Chief while speaking on the modernization of the Army, also emphasized on latest trends in Information Technology.
Lieutenant General RP Singh, Army Commander, Western Command gave updates on various operational and training-related issues to the Army chief, as per an official release.
Naravane addressed officers of the Western Command during which he exhorted them to serve with pride and in doing so uphold the military ethos and the rich culture of the Indian Army.
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While highlighting the various force modernisation measures being undertaken by the Indian Army, he emphasised that soldiers must also keep themselves abreast with the latest trends in Information Technology, emerging cyber threats and counter-measures.
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"Later, General Naravane interacted with the troops commending them for their professionalism and undaunted spirit in maintaining a high state of combat readiness despite the restrictions imposed by COVID-19 pandemic," the statement said. He exhorted all ranks to continue working with zeal and be prepared for any future operational challenges.