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    General Manoj Mukund Naravane, PVSM, AVSM, SM, VSM, ADC, Chief of Army Staff visited Bhuj Military Station including Rann and Creek areas on 16 Mar 2020. The chief was briefed about the operational readiness, military preparedness and employment of new generation equipments by security forces.

    The Chief of Army Staff was received by Lieutenant General C P Mohanty, AVSM, SM, VSM, Army Commander, Southern Command. The Army Chief was briefed on the operational readiness and military preparedness of the formations and units in location and the employment of various new generation equipment being used by the security forces in the Rann of Kutch. He also reviewed the administrative wellbeing of all military personnel and interacted with personnel of BSF and Indian Coast Guard also.

    General Naravane, while interacting with troops of Army and Border Security Forces deployed in the forward areas complimented them for their selfless dedication to duty while safeguarding the National Borders braving various vagaries of weather and terrain in the remote and arduous Rann and creek regions.

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