The Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat met with Nagaland Governor R.N. Rovi in advance of the final agreement between the Center and Naga groups like NSCN(IM) on Thursday at Kohima.
The chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Rawat and Governor Ravi, who is also the interlocutor for peace in Naga, had discussions on the security situation, according to sources.
General Rawat was accompanied by the Eastern Command Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Anil Chauhan, during his meeting with the Governor of Nagaland.
The head of the army also met with senior military officers and the president of the CFMG.
While informing about the Army chief meeting the Nagaland governor, the Eastern Command of the Army tweeted: “Gen Bipin Rawat, COAS called on the Hon’ble Governor of Nagaland on 07 Nov accompanied by Army Commander, EC. He also met Senior Military officers & Chairman, CFMG.”
The Army chief also visited the Spear Corps along with the Army Commander of the Eastern Command.
Eastern Command of the Army while sharing a few pictures of General Rawat’s visit to Spear Corps stated: “Gen Bipin Rawat, COAS visits Spear Corps on Nov 7 accompanied by Army Commander, EC.”
It also added, “The COAS during his visit exhorted officers and men to continue working for the cause of the organization”.
As per reports, the security situation in the hinterland along the borders and a possible way ahead were discussed during the visit.
Updated by: News Sources 2019-11-08 11:55 AM