KOHIMA, Nov 8: The chief of Army Staff Gen Bipin Rawat visited Spear Corps at Dimapur, Kohima and headquarter of Eastern Command in Kolkata from November 7 and 8 ahead of the speculation on conclusion of Naga peace talk on December 1.
On November 7, Gen Rawat had detailed discussion with senior military and civil officials, including chairman of Ceasefire Monitoring Group and Nagaland Governor RN Ravi on security situation in the hinterland, along the borders and possible way ahead.
Gen Rawat discussed security situation in the state and apprised the Governor of the actions being taken by the Indian Army and Assam Rifles in coordination with civilian agencies, in maintaining peace and tranquillity in the state and along Indo-Myanmar border.
At Rangapahar Mil Station, the COAS interacted with officers and men and exhorted them to continue working for the cause of the organisation.
The army chief during his visit also interacted with officers and soldiers of headquarter Eastern Command in Kolkata on Friday.
He appreciated them for their professionalism and exhorted the troops to continue to work with zeal and dedication to overcome all challenges in the future.
The COAS appreciated the high standards of operational readiness and expressed his confidence over the capability of the formations in the Eastern Command theatre.