Combined commanders conference will start from today, LAC and LoC will be discussed about India's preparations
The Combined Commanders Conference (CCC) will be inaugurated from today in Kevadia, Gujarat. It will begin on Thursday afternoon. Commanders of the Army, Navy and the Air Force take part in it. On Friday, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will also speak in the conference and on the last day of the conference, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) will also talk to the commanders and jawans. The conference is being held after the completion of the disengagement process between India and China near Pangong Lake in East Ladakh.
There will be two session closed doors in the conference. On Thursday, the commanders will give presentations on different issues in the conference. It also includes operational issues. The current situation on Line of Control (LoC) and Line of Actual Control (LAC) and India's preparations will also be discussed. The commanders of the armed forces will talk on the western and northern borders. Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) Bipin Rawat will also take part in it. The situation of increasing the coordination among the armed forces can also be discussed among the top commanders.
For the first time, JCOs (Junior Commissioned Officers) and jawans will also be involved in the top military conference of the country. In the Combined Commanders Conference, the JCOs and Jawans will hold talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a session. These will be included on the last day of the conference. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will encourage them and talk about human aspects. In this session, there will be no talk on the operation part but the focus will be on Motivation and Human aspects.
After the way Indian soldiers fought in eastern Ladakh with China and responded relentlessly to Pakistan on the LoC, it was decided that the jawans and the JCOs should also be included in a session at the Combined Commanders Conference. In his second term, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the top commanders of the three forces of the army for the first time.