Arunachal Governor Advocates Recruitment Of Local Youths In Indian Army

While interacting with the All India Radio and Doordarshan in Itanagar, the governor said that home-grown soldiers, who are well acquainted with the people and topography of the area, will be an asset to the armed forces.

Recalling the 1962 Chinese aggression when China attacked India without any provocation, wherein he also took part to defend the country, the governor said that the wounds of that war are still fresh in his memory. “To prevent recurrence of such disaster the central government is taking bold and determined measures which can be seen in the instance of Doklam where the attempt of the Chinese incursion was foiled with grit and determination by the Indian Army,” the governor said.

“To strengthen and to make the army more effective, we need home grown soldiers who are well acquainted with the people and topography of the area. I believe that our home-grown soldier standing shoulder to shoulder with Indian Army jawans will be a strong force multiplier. Recruitment of our youth in the Indian Army will provide job opportunity as also will act as catalyst for deeper national integration,” governor BD Mishra said. Read More…

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