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Admin Reporter- Ajay

Jan 14 2020


Navy Chief Asked Former Personnel To Clear Misconceptions About Army And Give Positive Message

Delhi,14,January,2020

 

Naval Chief Admiral Karambir Singh on Tuesday asked former personnel to use their reputation in society to dispel misconceptions about the military on social media. He said this at a ceremony on 'Fourth Armed Forces Veterans Day'. Singh said, "The relationship between existing personnel and former employees is indelible and eternal." You should not hesitate to contact the Army in relation to anyone with suggestions, requests, recommendations and course corrections. ”

 

 

He appealed to former personnel to use their reputation in society to remove misconceptions about the military on social media. To do. The Admiral said, "This is the information age. Where many myths and misconceptions about the army are spread on social media, along with many good information being shared. " "I would like to request everyone to use their reputation in society." If any myth or misconception is spread, please make sure that you present a positive image of the army on the media. ”

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