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  • Friday, 17 October 2014

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured OROP while addressing Commanders' Conference in New Delhi on 17/10/2014.
    Prime Minister said that India's Armed Forces, which represent the world's largest democracy, were second to none in professionalism, valour, commitment, service and duty. The Armed Forces have always vindicated the faith and confidence that people of India placed in them, whether it is for our nation's security or for relief in times of natural calamities. He thanked the Armed Forces for their extraordinary service to the people during the floods in Jammu and Kashmir and the cyclone on the East Coast. He paid tribute to the tradition and training that inculcated the highest ideals and professional capabilities in our Armed Forces. The nation's trust was the biggest strength of our Armed Forces.
    Prime Minister also mentioned that he attached the highest priority to the welfare of Armed Forces personnel, both during and after their service careers. He assured the Commanders that he would do everything to fulfill the promises made on One Rank One Pension; improving service conditions; and, creating better safety nets and opportunities for services after retirement. 




    3 comments :

    1. Dear MB Chandran Sir,

      The important paras of the PMs speech (full text), are -

      Prime Minister noted, that "beyond the immediate, we are facing a future where security challenges will be less predictable; situations will evolve and change swiftly; and, technological changes will make responses more difficult to keep pace with. The threats may be known, but the enemy may be invisible. Domination of cyber space will become increasingly important. Control of space may become as critical as that of land, air and sea. Full scale wars may become rare, but force will remain an instrument of deterrence and influencing behavior, and the duration of conflicts will be shorter."

      Prime Minister also noted, "We should remember that what matters is capability of the force." He also said, "When we speak of Digital India, we would also like to see a Digital Armed Force," and asked the Services to give serious thought to upgrade technological skills for effective projection of power by men.

      The most important task, Prime Minister observed, was to transform our defence forces. He called for increased jointness and urged the three wings of the Services to work as a team all the way from the lowest levels of the Services to the top. He suggested a number of practical steps to achieve that goal. He also felt that Commanders Conferences should be organized alternately on sea, in forward Army camps and at air bases, and not just in Delhi. Prime Minister also assured the Commanders that he would continue the practice that he had started of meeting the three Chiefs at least once a month.

      Prime Minister also mentioned that he attached the highest priority to the welfare of Armed Forces personnel, both during and after their service careers. He assured the Commanders that he would do everything to fulfill the promises made on One Rank One Pension; improving service conditions; and, creating better safety nets and opportunities for services after retirement.

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    2. Prime minister may also think about optimum utilisation of exservicemen who have gathered expertise in various field. They may also be used for various para-defence activities upto certain age even after retirement. Such thought in organised manner would certainly alleviate the present unemployment problem.

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    3. Dear All,

      All Government including Politicians, Bureaucrats (BABUS) are always cheating our own Indian Armed Forces since Independence . Bureaucrats and Politicians are CURSEd for Nation. Keep away from then. My humble request to every body is in next Elections either in Assembly or in Lok Sabha please do not give any vote to any party and Please give it to NOTA then only these culprits will learn . In the case of Bureaucrats if will get chance kill them one by one , then only our mother land will improve/progress

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