Kolkata: Indian Army Chief General MM Naravane visited various field formations in Eastern India from May 4 to May 5 May which included Sukna, Binnaguri and Panagarh.
During his two days visit, the Chief of Army Staff was briefed in detail by the formation commanders on the operational readiness of the formations and other important training and logistics issues.
The Chief of Army Staff interacted extensively with the troops deployed on the ground and took stock of the situation along the borders.
During his visit, Gen Naravane also inspected various facilities set up by the Indian Army in its effort to contribute significantly to the nation's fight against COVID-19.
General Naravane complimented the high state of operational preparedness as well as training standards and exhorted all ranks to continue the good work in these difficult times.
Gen Naravne had on May 4 said Pakistan is still following its "myopic" and "limited" agenda of pushing terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir, and India will respond appropriately with precision unless the neighbouring country gives up its policy of state-sponsored terrorism.
The chief of the 1.3 million-strong Army said India will give "proportionate response" to all acts of infringement of ceasefire and support to terrorism by Pakistan.