Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Kevadia in Gujarat with the aim to address the top military commanders there on Saturday. Modi will address the Combined Commanders Conference, a three-day brainstorming meet of top military officials that began on Thursday.
This meeting is recorded to be the first combined commanders’ conference to be held in the second tenure of the Narendra Modi-led government. After landing at Ahmedabad airport, PM Modi left for Kevadia. At Ahmedabad airport, Narendra Modi was received by Gujarat Governor Acharya Devvrat, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel.
“He is scheduled to leave on the same day,” a senior official stated to the news agency PTI.
At the meeting with the military commanders of the three defence forces, PM Modi is scheduled to talk about future challenges. The Defence Minister Rajnath Singh also arrived in Kevadia on Friday to participate in the conference.
The conference is being arranged with the Indian Army as the host service. It is expected that Narendra Modi will give in this meeting regarding the progress made in the field of the creation of theatre commands.
The Combined Commanders’ Conference is being participated by the commander in chief rank officers of the three services which include 20 officers from different commands and formations from across the country. This conference would see instructions by top officials on the ongoing projects of their respective departments along with future project plans that they would be undertaking.
For the first time, jawans will be part of this year’s conference and participate in discussions on military affairs in presence of PM Narendra Modi.