Agnipath Scheme: 'Agnipath Scheme will not be back', said NSA Ajit Doval amid protests

Publish Date: 21 Jun, 2022 |
 

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Agnipath Scheme said that what we were doing yesterday, if we continue to do the same in future, it is not necessary that we will be safe. He has described the Agneepath scheme as very important for the country. At the same time, he also said that we have to prepare for this from now on. Amidst the ongoing protests across the country regarding this, Ajit Doval also said that there is no question of withdrawing it.

Ajit Doval on Agniveers

Doval said that when Agniveer goes back after spending four years in the army, he will be skilled and trained. He will be able to contribute much more to the society than an ordinary citizen. Talking about the training, Doval said that 'Agniveer will never become a complete army. Those who go to the Agniveer Regular Army, they will be trained hard, and will get time to gain experience. Doval said that When the first Agniveer retires, he will be 25 years old. At that time India's economy will be 5 trillion dollars. The NSA said that the rapidly growing economy would need such people.

According to the NSA, with 'Agneepath', youth will gain so much experience, develop their skills at a very young age. At the age of 25, they will be more qualified and trained than ordinary citizens. Doval said that after being out of service, Agniveer will go to different parts of the country. The passion and passion of the army will be filled in them.

Country’s security is priority

Ajit Doval while talking to news agency ANI on the Agneepath scheme said that the priority of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the security of the country. He further said that all wars are going through a major change. We are moving towards contactless wars and also going to war against the invisible enemy. Technology is advancing rapidly.

On the question regarding the rollback of Agneepath scheme, Ajit Doval said that there is no question of rollback of this scheme. Earlier, Additional Secretary, Army Department, Lt Gen Anil Puri had also refused to withdraw the Agneepath plan. Talking on the recruitment plan in the army, Ajit Doval said that Agniveer alone will never be in the entire army and a large part of the army will be of experienced people.

 

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