Jaipur, Aug 1: Indian Army chief General Bikram Singh Wednesday met Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot to exchange views on civil-military relations.
According to a defence ministry official, Gen. Singh was accompanied by Lt. Gen. Gyan Bhushan, chief of the city-based South Western Command, to the chief minister’s official residence here.
“They exchanged views on various issues pertaining to civil military relations and also discussed mutual assistance programmes towards development projects and human resources progression in the region,” the official said.
They also discussed enhanced incentives for gallantry awardees, establishment of a Rajasthan Ex-servicemen’s Corporation and provision of land and monetary grants for the army’s welfare schemes, the official added.
The army chief was in Jaipur on a two-day visit to the formation headquarters here.
Gen. Singh, after the meeting with the chief minister, left for Bathinda in Punjab to visit the 10 ‘Chetak’ Corps before returning to Delhi.