PM Modi's meeting with CDS General Rawat reviewed the operations of military forces in the battle with Corona

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The country is witnessing a record increase in the number of infected due to the second wave of the corona. Given the bad situation in many states of the country, Prime Minister Modi himself has taken command. At the same time, the army has also taken over. Meanwhile, Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat met Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) on Monday. The Prime Minister's Office was quoted by news agency ANI as saying that in this meeting, Prime Minister Modi reviewed the preparations and operations being carried out by the armed forces to deal with the Corona epidemic.


According to the statement released by the Prime Minister's Office, CDS Rawat informed Prime Minister Modi that medical personnel of the Armed Forces who have retired or taken retirement in the last two years at Kovid-19 centers around their respective places of residence. Being called to work. Not only this, medical officers retiring from the armed forces before two years have also been asked to provide services through medical emergency helpline numbers.


CDS General Bipin Rawat informed Prime Minister Modi that military forces are also building medical centers in large numbers. Not only this, as far as possible the medical infrastructure of the army will be used for the common people. In this meeting with General Rawat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also discussed the issue of taking the help of officers posted in Central and State Sainik Welfare Board and Ex-Servicemen Cells of various headquarters. It is also being deployed to help doctors.


CDS General Rawat also informed Prime Minister Modi that they are preparing a large number of medical facilities for the treatment of Corona patients. Apart from this, military-medical infrastructure facilities will also be opened for common citizens where possible. In this meeting, Prime Minister Modi also reviewed the operations being carried out by the Indian Air Force for transportation of oxygen and other essential commodities in India and abroad.

According to the information shared by the PMO, other medical officers of the military forces who have retired… have been requested to provide their services through the emergency helpline. Prime Minister Modi was informed that medical officers working in the Headquarters of the Command Head Quarters, Corps Headquarters, Division Headquarters, Naval, and Air Force have been engaged for services in hospitals.

According to the information shared by the PMO, other medical officers of the military forces who have retired… have been requested to provide their services through the emergency helpline. Prime Minister Modi was informed that medical officers working in the Headquarters of the Command Head Quarters, Corps Headquarters, Division Headquarters, Naval, and Air Force have been engaged for services in hospitals.