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PM Modi holds conference to discuss security challenges

PM Modi holds conference to discuss security challenges

PM Modi holds conference to discuss security challenges. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to hold a conference on 1st April 2023 to discuss various security challenges with the top military brass. In this conference, PM Narendra Modi wants to focus on topics such as increasing the integration of the military brass among themselves. The three-day Combined Commanders Conference will be starting tomorrow. This conference is going to take place in Bhopal, Madhaya Pradesh from 30 March 2023 to 1 April 2023. This event will be conducted in the Kushabhau Thakre Hall. This meeting is very important as it includes the discussion of the various security challenges faced by our country.

Main Speakers of the Conference

PM Narendra Modi will be talking about the ongoing security challenges. Other than this, he will also discuss the implementation of various schemes and projects that will surely help our nation. PM Modi will address how to make use of the schemes and help improve the integration of the defense forces in India. The Chief of Defense Staff, General Anil Chauhan, will also be a part of this event. He will be addressing the people at the event on the very first day. Defense Minister, Rajnath Singh will be conveying his message to the crowd on the second day of the event.

During this conference, the defense force will brief PM Narendra Modi about the issues related to the creation of theater commands. They will also talk about the implementation of the ‘Make in India’ scheme in the defense area. These innovations include, Asmi, a machine pistol which was formulated and created by Lt Col Prasad Bansod of the Indian Army. Many other pieces of equipment will also be shown at the event. The Navy and the Air Force are also expected to come up with innovations which can help them combat readiness and reduce imports. For more such updates and important headlines, subscribe to STMN News. Defense Ministry signed 3 contracts to improve Defense proficiency

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