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Army's Eastern Command chief visits Panagarh base, reviews preparedness


KOLKATA: Amid heightened tensions between India and Pakistan, Army's Eastern Command chief Lt General Manoj Naravane visited Panagarh base in West Bengal on Wednesday and reviewed operational preparedness, a defence official stated.

Lt Gen Naravane, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Command, emphasized the desire for last alert at all times to meet the rising safety demanding situations, the official stated.


Lt Gen Naravane reviewed the security situation and operational preparedness of the formation on the army station, the place the rustic's first mountain strike corps can be based.


The Brahmastra Corps, or XVII Corps, which was raised in Ranchi, will in a while be moving to Panagarh, the official stated.


Naravane was gained through Lt Gen P N Rao, General Officer Commanding, Brahmastra Corps.


The GOC-in-C also interacted with the troops and appreciated their endured efforts in developing the army station.


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