PM Modi to attend Combined Commanders’ Conference in Uttarakhand
Author: Desk January 21, 2017
PM Modi arrived in Dehradun today to inaugurate the Combined Commanders Conference. The Prime Minister would be in the hill state for over six hours.
The military conference is being attended by the defence minister Manohar Parrikar, the chiefs of Indian Army, Indian Air Force and Indian Navy , besides the national security advisor and other experts in the field of security and defence.
The PM laid a wreath at Shaheed Smarak at IMA after which he crossed over the Chatwood Square where he was accorded the traditional salute by the three armed forces.
Beforehand this he met the family members of the cadets at the Vikram Batra mess.