Moving quickly towards the integration of the three services: Rajnath Singh


According to Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, India is quickly achieving the three services of its armed forces’ jointness, and efforts are being made to establish common logistic nodes so that resources from one service can be effortlessly made accessible to the other.

The Union minister also noted that over 9,000 km of rail lines had been doubled in the past seven years while speaking at a symposium on Army logistics at this location. According to him, the corresponding amount was barely 1,900 kilometres in the five years prior to 2014.

Army Chief Gen. Manoj Pande, IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal V R Chaudhari, Navy Chief Admiral R Hari Kumar, and NITI Aayog member V K Saraswat were among those present at the seminar’s opening ceremony.

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In his speech, the defence minister discussed the necessity for cooperation and fusion between civil and military stakeholders and claimed that the presence of leaders from various departments on both sides demonstrated their “commitment” to achieving the goal as India approached a “Amrit Kaal.”

Singh stated that “our objective is to create common logistic nodes so that resources of one service can be effortlessly made available to other services” and that “we are rapidly heading towards jointness of the three services.”