Commander-in-Chief Andaman & Nicobar Command (CINCAN) Lt Gen Ajai Singh visited the military units and formations in the Nicobar Group of Islands on Thursday. He visited Naval Air Station Baaz, Campbell Bay, and Air Force Station Car Nicobar, where he was briefed about the operational readiness and preparedness.
During his visit to INS Baaz, the southernmost military airfield of India and the outpost at Indira Point, the southernmost point of India, Lt Gen Ajai Singh encouraged the personnel to maintain high vigil and appreciated their dedication. At Car Nicobar, he honoured the personnel and families who had lost their lives during the Tsunami on 26 December 2004, by laying a wreath in their memory at the Tsunami Memorial there. The CINCAN interacted with the troops of the Indian Army, Indian Navy, Indian Air Force, Indian Coast Guard, Defence Security Corps, General Reserve Engineer Force as well as defence civilians stationed at Campbell Bay, and Car Nicobar. He complimented all ranks for their performance and exhorted them to continue the good work and maintain a high state of alertness and operational readiness. Lt Gen Singh advised the personnel to continue strict protective measures against the Covid-19 pandemic.
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