Why Army needs Deputy Chief for Military Operations and Strategic Planning: Key Facts

Why Army needs Deputy Chief for Military Operations and Strategic Planning: Key Facts



Why Army needs Deputy Chief for Military Operations and Strategic Planning: 
The Defense Ministry has affirmed the formation of another post in the Army-Deputy Chief for Military Operations and Strategic Planning. The Deputy Chief will manage vital arranging, military activities, insight and operational coordinations. This is the third post of vice president in the Army. What's more, another new post, the Director-General of Information Warfare, is likewise being made. These are a piece of the progressing changes in the Army Headquarters. 

What is Doklam issue? 

Who is the primary Deputy Chief for Military Operations and Strategic Planning in the Indian Army? 

  • Lt Gen Paramjit Singh is to become the main Deputy Chief of Army of Staff (Strategy). 

Function of Deputy Chief for Military Operations and Strategic Planning 

The Army Headquarters had initiated four significant functions for the new post specifically vital arranging, military insight, military activities and operational coordinations. 

Director-General of Information Warfare 

The Ministry of Defense has additionally made another post called Director General of Information Warfare. His jobs will be to satisfy the necessities of mixture fighting, future combat zone and web-based media realties. 

Who suggested the post? 

The post was suggested by the Four Studies of Indian Army. During the Army Commanders Conference, 2018, the Indian Army Headquarters founded four investigations with a goal to improve spending use, encourage modernisation, upgrade operational and utilitarian proficiency and address yearnings. 

Background of the Post

The cycle of formation of the two posts began after the Doklam emergency with China in 2016. During the emergency, the higher authorities in the Army needed to arrange with the base camp straightforwardly. 

What is Doklam issue? 

The Doklam level lies at the tri intersection of India, China and Bhutan. The emergency started with India protesting the Chinese street development in the locale. As per India and Bhuta, the locale is perceived as an area of Bhutan. China likewise quit permitting pioneers heading towards Kailash-Mansarovar through Nathu-La pass. This prompted the Doklam deadlock among India and China. 

Additionally, specialists accept that, in the backend, China needed to remove the Siliguri hallway in the area. On the off chance that China caught this restricted hallway, India will lose its total connection between the north eastern locale and the Indian territory.





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