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Army conducts Antarik Suraksha drill

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  25 Sep 2016 12:00 AM GMT

GUWAHATI, Sept 24: A Rear Area Security Exercise, Antarik Suraksha, was conducted at rangi Military Station on September 23 and 24 under the aegis of 51 Sub Area of Indian army. The aim of the exercise was to assess the effectiveness of Rear Area Security plans at the backdrop of changed operatiol dymics to synergize efforts amongst all stake holders.

The keynote address was delivered by Assam Chief Secretary VK Pipersenia.

The Chief Secretary expressed his concern on the rapidly changing security situation and stressed the need for a dymic, flexible and resilient Rear Area Security Plan. The role and task of all stake holders was discussed in detail by senior dignitaries from Assam Police, BSF, CRPF, CISF, tiol Highways, Railways and Inland Water Ways.

Major General Anil Kumar Jha, General Officer Commanding 51 Sub Area deliberated upon the need of synergized operations to ensure that there are no disruptions in the Combat Zone during active hostilities. During the closing address Lieutent General Satish Prabhakar wathe, VSM, General Officer Commanding 101 Area brought out the need of a Unified Command Centre duly integrating all stake holders’ - Army, CRPF and Civil administration for the successful execution of the Rear Area Security Plan.

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