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Maintain highest vigil on western borders: Army Chief

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JAMMU (PTI): Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has visited the Western Command headquarters and exhorted soldiers to continue to maintain the highest vigil on the western borders.

Gen Rawat visited Western Command Headquarters and Yol Camp in Himachal Pradesh on March 18, Defence Spokesman Lt Col Manish Mehta said.

The Army Chief was briefed on operational and administration aspects by the Army Commander, Western Command, Lieutenant General Surinder Singh.

He later interacted with formation commanders and other senior officers of the Command Headquarters, Lt Col Mehta said.

He reposed confidence in the operational efficiency of the command and exhorted all to continue to maintain the highest vigil on the Western borders.

The Army Chief was accompanied by his wife Madhulika Rawat.

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