Delhi Police provides Z+ security to CDS Anil Chauhan on Home Ministry order : The Tribune India

Delhi Police provides Z+ security to CDS Anil Chauhan on Home Ministry order

Chauhan on Friday became India's new Chief of Defence Staff

Delhi Police provides Z+ security to CDS Anil Chauhan on Home Ministry order

General Anil Chauhan assumes charge as the 2nd Chief of Defence Staff, in New Delhi, on Friday. PTI Photo



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New Delhi, October 3

Delhi Police has provided Z+ security to Chief of Defence Staff Gen Anil Chauhan on the directions of Ministry of Home Affairs, an official said on Monday.

Chauhan on Friday became India's new Chief of Defence Staff with a mandate to implement the ambitious theaterisation plan that aims to ensure tri-services synergy and prepare the armed forces for future security challenges facing the nation.

“CDS Gen Anil Chauhan has been provided with Z+ security on MHA’s order,” confirmed a senior police officer.

Gen Chauhan, a former Eastern Army Commander, took charge as the country's senior-most military commander over nine months after first Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Gen Bipin Rawat died in a helicopter crash in Tamil Nadu.  

 

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