Indian Army Commanders to reorganise military setup in Occupied Kashmir
New Delhi: The top army commanders are discussing the emerging threats from drones, increasing retirement age of soldiers and any need for reorganisation of Army in Jammu & Kashmir after the state was bifurcated. The Army Commanders’ conference is being held in the national capital from October 14 to 19.
The conference, an apex level biannual event, is held in April and October every year. The conference facilitates conceptual level deliberations culminating in important policy decisions.
“The conference will discuss re-organisation of Army in Jammu and Kashmir as after October 31 it will be divided into two Union territories,” said sources. Currently, Ladakh comes under the Untied headquarters.
“The commanders will be brainstorming on how Army adjusts its command in the new set-up,” said sources.