New Delhi: The central government is going to take big steps to establish better coordination between the three forces. According to information from official sources, the government will start the formation of a joint command in the Army, Navy and Air Force through the Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) from January next year. Keep in mind that the announcement of the CDS was made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 15 August this year from the ramparts of the Red Fort.
Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's guidelines for coordination between the three armies two months ago, the Army's supreme commanders held discussions to build and structure arrangements to align with the Navy and Air Force. So that cooperation in military operations can be increased better. The reorganization of Army Headquarters was also discussed in the six-day conference of senior Army commanders starting on Monday.
Sources say that it has been decided in the conference of the commanders of the army that proposals will be made to the government to increase the combat capability of the army and proposed restructuring. During an important conference, senior commanders also felt that joint military services would help speed up operations. In addition, the three armies will also be able to increase their overall combat capabilities. At present, each army operates under three separate Acts passed in Parliament. The commanders also decided to start military training of various dimensions as soon as possible.