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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh visits Eastern Naval Command

New Delhi, June 30, 2019: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, on his maiden visit to Eastern Naval Command on June 30, 19 was briefed on the operational readiness of the Command and other aspects of maritime, coastal security on the Eastern Seaboard.

Updated:Sunday, June 30, 2019, 10:13

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh visits Eastern Naval Command New Delhi, June 30, 2019: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, on his maiden visit to Eastern Naval Command on June 30, 19 was briefed on the operational readiness of the Command and other aspects of maritime, coastal security on the Eastern Seaboard.

Later Rajnath Singh visited INS Shivalik and Indian Naval Submarine Sindhukirti at Visakhapatnam. During the tour of the ship and submarine, he interacted with the crew members.

Source: India Today

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