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GOC Spear Corps Engages Troops in Manipur, Emphasizes Professionalism

The Corps Commander's itinerary also encompassed visits to Chandel, Joupi, Keithelmanbi, and Bishnupur, each offering unique perspectives on the operational environment and security dynamics prevailing in Manipur.

In a testament to his commitment to ensuring the security and operational readiness of the Indian Army and Assam Rifles units in Manipur, the General Officer Commanding (GOC) Spear Corps embarked on a comprehensive tour of formation headquarters and units across the region.

The visit, spanning multiple districts including Kakching, Tengnoupal, Chandel, Imphal West, and Bishnupur, provided an invaluable opportunity for the Corps Commander to gain firsthand insights into the prevailing security situation and interact with the troops on the ground.

On the second day of his visit, the GOC Spear Corps delved deep into the heart of Manipur, traversing diverse landscapes and engaging with the dedicated men and women stationed in various formations and units.

At each location, he was warmly received by local commanders who provided comprehensive briefings on the security dynamics and operational challenges faced by their respective units.

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In Sugnu, Kakching district, the Corps Commander received a detailed overview of the security posture and ongoing counter-insurgency operations from the unit leadership.

The discussions delved into the intricacies of maintaining law and order in the region and strategies employed to combat insurgent activities effectively.

Moving forward, the GOC Spear Corps visited Moreh in Tengnoupal district, a strategic location bordering Myanmar, where he gained valuable insights into cross-border security concerns and efforts to curb smuggling and illicit activities.

The briefing provided by local commanders shed light on the multifaceted challenges inherent in securing the porous international border.

The Corps Commander’s itinerary also encompassed visits to Chandel, Joupi, Keithelmanbi, and Bishnupur, each offering unique perspectives on the operational environment and security dynamics prevailing in Manipur.

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At every stop, he interacted closely with troops, commending them for their unwavering commitment to duty and exemplary professionalism in the face of challenging circumstances.

Throughout his engagements, the GOC Spear Corps emphasized the importance of maintaining high professional standards and unwavering dedication to duty. He lauded the troops for their vigilance, resilience, and steadfast resolve in safeguarding the nation’s territorial integrity and maintaining peace and stability in the region.

As the tour concluded, the Corps Commander departed Manipur with a profound sense of appreciation for the invaluable contributions of the troops under his command. His visit underscored the Indian Army’s unwavering commitment to ensuring the safety and security of the nation’s borders and reaffirmed its resolve to uphold the highest standards of professionalism and operational readiness in the face of evolving security challenges.

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Pratham Gurung
Pratham Gurung
An avid movie buff who aspires to make it into the armed forces. Always had a knack for words so reading and writing are my favourite hobbies. Can debate on anything but not everything.
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