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GOC 4 Corps calls on Arunachal CM

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ITANAGAR, Dec 12 - Lieutenant General Amarjeet Singh Bedi, General Officer Commanding (GOC), Gajraj Corps (4 Corps) of Indian Army based at Tezpur paid a courtesy call on Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu here today.

During the meeting, both Khandu and Lt Gen Bedi discussed pending task of establishing Army Brigade in the State capital for which 500 acres of land has already been identified.

The Chief Minister hoped that presence of Defence forces will not only generate a sense of security but speed up development activities in the area.

The GOC, meanwhile, acknowledged the State Government�s support to the Army in providing logistical installations, roads and other defence infrastructure. He also expressed delight that Army-public relation in the State, particularly in Tawang and West Kameng districts is best in the country with homely atmosphere felt, which is not seen elsewhere. Appreciating the Indian Army�s Maitri Divas observed in forward areas of Indo-China border, Khandu promised all possible support from State Government to the celebration that has helped strengthen the bonds between the two countries.

Pointing out the poor representation of Arunachali youths in Indian Army, the Chief Minister urged the GOC to conduct pre-recruitment training and coaching programmes for the youths. The Lt General assured to organise youth camps prior to recruitment drive with initial physical training and coaching.

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GOC 4 Corps calls on Arunachal CM

ITANAGAR, Dec 12 - Lieutenant General Amarjeet Singh Bedi, General Officer Commanding (GOC), Gajraj Corps (4 Corps) of Indian Army based at Tezpur paid a courtesy call on Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu here today.

During the meeting, both Khandu and Lt Gen Bedi discussed pending task of establishing Army Brigade in the State capital for which 500 acres of land has already been identified.

The Chief Minister hoped that presence of Defence forces will not only generate a sense of security but speed up development activities in the area.

The GOC, meanwhile, acknowledged the State Government�s support to the Army in providing logistical installations, roads and other defence infrastructure. He also expressed delight that Army-public relation in the State, particularly in Tawang and West Kameng districts is best in the country with homely atmosphere felt, which is not seen elsewhere. Appreciating the Indian Army�s Maitri Divas observed in forward areas of Indo-China border, Khandu promised all possible support from State Government to the celebration that has helped strengthen the bonds between the two countries.

Pointing out the poor representation of Arunachali youths in Indian Army, the Chief Minister urged the GOC to conduct pre-recruitment training and coaching programmes for the youths. The Lt General assured to organise youth camps prior to recruitment drive with initial physical training and coaching.

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