Prime Minister Modi’s meeting with Major General Rawat at CDS reviewed the operations of the military forces in the battle with Corona

Prime Minister Modi's meeting with Major General Rawat at CDS reviewed the operations of the military forces in the battle with Corona

The country is witnessing a record increase in the number of people infected due to the second wave of Corona. Given the poor situation in many states of the country, Prime Minister Modi himself took the lead. Meanwhile, the army took control. Meanwhile, Chief of Defense Staff General Pepin Rawat met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) on Monday. The news agency ANI quoted the Prime Minister’s Office as saying that Prime Minister Modi reviewed at this meeting the preparations and operations that the armed forces are carrying out to deal with the Corona epidemic.

According to the statement from the Prime Minister’s Office, CDS Rawat informed Prime Minister Modi that medical personnel in the armed forces who have retired or retired in the past two years are in Kovid-19 centers around their places of residence. They are called to work. Not only that, two years ago, retired medical officers of the armed forces were also required to provide services through emergency medical helpline numbers.

General Pepin Rawat informed Prime Minister Modi that the military is also building medical centers in large numbers. Not only that, as far as possible, the army’s medical infrastructure will be used for the general public. In this meeting with General Rawat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also discussed the use of officers appointed to the Senec Central and State Welfare Board and ex-military cells at various headquarters. It is also published to help doctors.

Major General Rawat also informed Prime Minister Modi that they are preparing a large number of medical facilities to treat Corona patients. Apart from this, military and medical infrastructure facilities will also be opened to ordinary citizens wherever possible. In this meeting, Prime Minister Modi also reviewed the operations being carried out by the Indian Air Force to transport oxygen and other essential goods in and outside India.

According to information shared by PMO, other medical officers in the military who have retired … have been required to provide their services through the emergency helpline. Prime Minister Modi was informed that medical officers serving at the headquarters of the headquarters, Corps headquarters, division headquarters, Navy, and Air Force have participated in services in hospitals.

According to information shared by PMO, other medical officers in the military who have retired … have been required to provide their services through the emergency helpline. Prime Minister Modi was informed that medical officers serving at the headquarters of the headquarters, Corps headquarters, division headquarters, Navy, and Air Force have participated in services in hospitals.

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