Monday, June 21, 2021

Army Chief Manoj Naravane meets LG Manoj Sinha; discuss prevailing security scenario in J&K

Army Chief General Manoj Naravane met Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhavan in Srinagar yesterday. He was accompanied by Northern Region Army Commander Lt. Gen. Y.K. Joshi and General Officer Commanding (GoC), 15 Corps Lt. Gen. D.P. Pandey.

The Lt. Governor and the Army Chief discussed about recent internal security developments and the prevailing security scenario in the Jammu and Kashmir. Discussions were also held on several internal and external security-related issues and their effective management.

The Lt. Governor also lauded the Army’s role in ensuring a safe and secure environment for the people of J&K besides extending necessary support and complementing Government’s efforts in controlling the spread of Corona virus.

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