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Army Must Prepare for the Unexpected, Says Defence Minister Rajnath Singh

The ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict was discussed during the top conference.

By Team Pardaphash 
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During the Army Commanders’ Conference in New Delhi, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh emphasized that unconventional and asymmetric warfare should be integrated into the planning for conventional wars, as recent global conflicts have demonstrated the coexistence of these forms of warfare. His remarks came in the context of recent conflicts, such as the assault launched by Hamas against Israel and ongoing hostilities between the two sides.

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Addressing the army’s top commanders, Singh highlighted the need to learn from both national and international incidents, anticipate unexpected challenges, and prepare for them. He stressed the importance of continuous war preparedness and the need to strengthen fighting skills and weapon technologies to effectively respond to uncertainties that may arise.

The ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict and other global conflicts, including the Russia-Ukraine war, were discussed during the conference. Indian armed forces are closely monitoring these conflicts to draw lessons and insights.

Singh also touched upon the military standoff with China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. He expressed confidence in the army’s ability to handle any contingencies while reiterating the commitment to continuing talks for a peaceful resolution. Recent rounds of talks between Indian and Chinese senior military commanders have taken place, and though no breakthrough has been reported, the dialogue is set to continue.

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