NEW DELHI: As part of the reorganization of the Army headquarters, the government has approved the creation of a new deputy chief’s strategy at the headquarters of the project, first devised during the Doklam crisis with China in 2017.
The government has cleared the creation of Director General Information Warfare vacancies at headquarters, who will also deal with media affairs.
A letter of approval has been issued to the government to create a new post of Deputy Chief of Staff (Strategy) as part of the reorganization of the Army Headquarters, military sources said on Thursday.
He said the first officer in charge of the new appointment was Lt. Gen. Paramajit Singh, the current Director of Military Operations.
The new Office of the Third Deputy Chief of Staff will reduce the burden on the Vice President of the Army, as they have key officers, including those in charge of military intelligence and military operations.
During the Doklam crisis, a new post was created when the headquarters needed closer and more direct coordination.
Sources said the government has approved the creation of a new post of Director General Information Warfare.
The Office has additional General Directors (Strategic Communications) under him.

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