General Manoj Pandey has taken over the command of the Indian Army. On Sunday, he paid tribute to the martyrs by visiting the National War Memorial. After this, he was given a guard of honor in the South Block premises. Air Force and Navy Chiefs were also present during this. The interesting thing is that now India’s Air Force, Army and Navy are commanded by three officers of the same batch. Army Chief Manoj Pandey, Air Force Chief Vivek Ram Chaudhary and Navy Chief R Hari Kumar were together in the 61 NDA course. Earlier, General (Retd) Manoj Mukund Naravane, Air Force Chief (Retd) Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria and Admiral (Retd) Karambir Singh were also batchmates, who held the responsibility of the three services together. General Manoj Pandey, who took over the command of the army, said on Sunday that the army is ready to deal with all the challenges. Indian Army has a glorious history. The Army has played a major role in nation building. The geopolitical picture of the world is changing rapidly. The three armies will work together. For today’s situation, we have to be ready for any operation.
Army Chief General Manoj Pandey said, the army has done a lot of work to maintain the security and integrity of the country. Our priority will be on operational preparedness and emphasis will be on new technology under self-reliant India. Efforts will be made to improve the relations between the forces among themselves.