Army Chief visits SW Command, interacts with troops
Army Chief General Bikram Singh visited the South Western Command and was briefed about its various operational aspects, a defence spokesman said.
Jaipur: Army Chief General Bikram Singh visited the South Western Command and was briefed about its various operational aspects, a defence spokesman said on Monday.
Gen Singh also visited the 61 Cavalry unit of the Command on the occasion of its diamond jubilee celebrations and interacted with troops.
The COAS is the Colonel Commandant of 61 Cavalry -- the only Horsed Cavalry Regiment of the Indian Army.
The Army Chief, who arrived here yesterday, was briefed about various operational aspects pertaining to the Command by the South Western Army Commander Lt Gen Gyan Bhushan, spokesman SD Goswami said.
Singh`s wife, who is President of the Central AWWA, interacted with families of the troops.
She was briefed about vocational training imparted to wives of the soldiers in tailoring, fashion designing, bag making, computers, soft toy making, embroidery and block painting.