Navy Chief says no-aged, sick soldiers in the marine unit

Navy Chief: The novel coronavirus has engulfed the whole world and the situation in India is worsening day by day. Recently, Chief of naval staff Admiral Karambir Singh gave some suggestions to navy personnel regarding duties.

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Navy Chief: The novel coronavirus has engulfed the whole world and the situation in India is worsening day by day. Recently, Chief of naval staff Admiral Karambir Singh gave some suggestions to navy personnel regarding duties.

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The Navy Chief Admiral Karambir said that navy personnel who are suffering from disease and who are above 50 years should be placed where there is a low intensity of work. He also added that such jawans should not work in the marine unit.

The Navy Chief thinks even though the government has eased the lockdown restrictions they should not avoid the upcoming challenges of coronavirus. According to him, navy personnel should work hard collectively and safely.

Navy Chief Karambir Singh
Navy Chief Karambir Singh

Navy Chief suggests aged, sick soldiers be deployed to low-risk places

In a message sent to Javadekars, Navy Chief asserted that even in the unlock phase it is important to maintain social distancing, wear masks and continue certain norms to save oneself. It should be noted that the Navy has helped many countries including Mauritius, Seychelles, the Philippines’ Navy.

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The Navy chief Karambir thanked the crew who helped in the maritime mission and are working more than working hours during the pandemic. He also asked them to stay away from their family for at least 14 days.

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