General Bipin Rawat retires from Army Chief, CDS to take over from tomorrow

General Bipin Rawat has retired as the Chief of Army Staff. In his farewell message, he congratulated the soldiers and countrymen for the new year. He thanked all the departments for their support as an army. During this, he said that the post of Chief of the Army in the Indian Army is just a position. He does not work alone. All the soldiers of the army help him only then he is able to work. The army moves forward with this cooperation.

During this he congratulated and congratulated the new Army Chief Manoj Mukund Narwane. This earned him a Guard of Honor in South Block. He paid tribute to the martyrs at the National War Memorial today. Explain that the government has declared General Bipin Rawat as the first Chief of Defense Staff of the country. He will take over this post from January 1. The CDS has been appointed for best coordination between the three armies.

Best wishes to General Manoj Mukund Narwane

Rawat said in a farewell message, ‘Today, I want to express my gratitude to the soldiers of the Indian Army who have remained stable under challenging circumstances. I would like to convey my best wishes to General Manoj Mukund Narwane who will take over as the 28th Army Chief. I will continue to support him. The army will also continue to support them. It is expected that the army will reach greater heights under the new army chief.

General Rawat said on being elected CDS

General Rawat refused to comment on what scheme he was to serve as CDS. He said, ‘As the Army Chief, my focus has always been on my work. I never thought of anything else. Now that I am assigned a new job, I will think about what to do as a CDS.

Indian Army better prepared to meet the challenges

Is the Indian Army better prepared to face challenges along the Pakistan-China border? Responding to this, General Bipin Rawat said that yes, they are better prepared. General Rawat served as army chief for three years. He took office in 2016 as the Chief of the Indian Army. On 16 December 1978, he was appointed to the 11 Gorkha Rifles.

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