Defence Planning Commission Discusses Decision Taken During Combined Commanders’ Conference

The Defence Planning Committee (DPC) headed by National Security (NSA) Advisor Ajit Doval is expected to discuss the implementations of the three new defence agencies cleared by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the recently held Combined Commanders’ Conference.

The DPC was created a few months ago as a link between the defence ministry, PM’s office and the armed forces to decide on matters related to national security.

The committee will discuss the decisions taken during the Combined Commanders’ Conference held in Jodhpur, Rajasthan and work towards the implementation of the taken decisions.

This is the first meeting of the DPC after Ajit Doval’s elevation as the head of the strategic planning group.

During the combined commanders conference the prime minister has cleared the decision to create the special forces, cyber and space agencies. Read more

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