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Military chiefs to brief PM Modi today on Agnipath progress

IndiaTimes Monday, 20 June 2022
The three military chiefs are slated to separately meet PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday to brief him about the implementation of the Agnipath scheme, which is being fast-tracked with the Army on Monday issuing the recruitment notification for it amid continuing protests across the country. Under Agnipath, 46,000 Agniveers (40,000 for Army and 3,000 each for IAF & Navy) will be recruited this year.
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The Modi government at the center has increased the upper age limit of the Agnipath scheme after violent protests erupted in various parts of the country. #Agnipath #Armyrecuitment #Modigovernment

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