V K Singh

Government trying to bring all Indians back home safe: V K Singh

V K SinghNew Delhi, July 5, - General Vijay Kumar Singh has stated that Sushma Swaraj and the government are doing all they can to bring back Indians stuck in Iraq.

"The government and our External Affars Minister Sushma Swaraj are doing their work. Media was pointing out that the government is not working properly but it is not true," said Singh.

Indian nurses who were abducted have returned home today after being freed by ISIS militants in Iraq.

Joining BJP is the requirement of the day: V.K Singh

V-K-SinghNew Delhi, Mar 1 : Former army chief General (Retired) V. K Singh reached India Gate before heading towards the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) headquarters to formally join the right-wing political entity along with a number of former armed services personnel. He said that his decision to join the BJP was the requirement of the day.

"It is the requirement of the day and a national alternative. At the moment, I think all people who want good and stable governance that will propel India towards more development, may be looking forward to the BJP," said Singh.

Don't know name of senior PMO official who orchestrated age row: Gen. V.K. Singh

V-K-SinghNew Delhi, Nov 15 : Former Indian Army chief Gen. V. K. Singh, whose autobiography claims that a "very senior bureaucrat" in the PMO had orchestrated the row over his age, has said he does not know the name of the individual concerned.

His assertions about the official in the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) in his newly-released autobiography "Courage and Conviction" were based on the grapevine and information on how various things were happening.

Intelligence failure behind increasing infiltrations: V.K. Singh

Intelligence failure behind increasing infiltrations: V.K. SinghChennai, Oct 3 : Former army chief V. K. Singh speaking here Thursday hinted at intelligence failure behind the increasing instances of infiltration from the Pakistan side of the border and the rise in militant activities.

Participating in a panel discussion on "Governance Issues" jointly organised by Forum for Integrity in Governance, Chennai, the Anti-Corruption Movement, Chennai, and the Loyola College, Chennai, here V. K. Singh reiterated that the army funds were not misused in Jammu and Kashmir.

Reveal names or face legal action, NC tells V.K. Singh

Reveal names or face legal action, NC tells V.K. SinghSrinagar, Sep 24 : Jammu and Kashmir's ruling National Conference Tuesday threatened legal action against former army chief V. K. Singh if he failed to substantiate his allegations by revealing the names of state ministers getting money from the army.

NC provincial president Nasir Aslam Wani told reporters at the party's headquarters that after levelling such serious allegations, it was the moral and legal responsibility of the former army chief to reveal the names.

Congress, BJP slugfest over Gen. V.K. Singh

VK-SinghNew Delhi, Sep 20 : A slugfest started between the Congress and the BJP Friday over reports of misuse of secret service funds by former Indian Army chief Gen. V. K. Singh with the main opposition terming it political vendetta, and the Congress denying it.

The Left chose not to link the report and the politics over it.

"It is not on the merit of the issue that the government is trying to initiate a CBI probe against retired Gen V. K. Singh. It is clearly a fallout of his going and sharing the dais with Narendra Modi and hailing him as a leader," BJP leader Balbir Punj said.

''I blame those who directed army major to remove phone connection lines,'' says V.K. Singh

''I blame those who directed army major to remove phone connection lines,'' says V.K. Singh Jaipur, Jan. 8 : Former Chief of Army Staff General (retired) V. K. Singh appears to have absolved Army Major R. Vikram who entered his residence without official permission purportedly to remove military telephone connection lines, saying that the blame should be laid at the doorstep of those people who ordered him to do so.

Hazare, V.K. Singh calls union government ‘unconstitutional’

Hazare, V.K. Singh calls union government ‘unconstitutional’Anti-corruption activist, Anna Hazare and the former Army Chief, General V. K. Singh has described the present union government as "unconstitutional" and have demanded dissolution of Parliament.

General Singh said that the government has completely disregarded the soul and spirit of the Indian constitution. He also accused Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of ignoring the principle of collective responsibility. The two said in a joint statement that the people in the country have completely lost faith in the government.

Former Army chief Gen V K Singh urges people to fight corruption

Former Army chief Gen V K Singh urges people to fight corruptionEx-Army chief Gen V. K. Singh has urged people, particularly youths, to rise to the occasion and fight corruption.

Speaking at a seminar on 'Eradication of Corruption & Social Responsibilities: Opportunities and Challenges,' Mr. Singh said all democratic institutions, including judiciary and Election Commission, were being attacked by corrupt politicians.

V K Singh with Students at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh with Students at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh with Students at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Arvind Singh Mewar, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Arvind Singh Mewar, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Arvind Singh Mewar, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Arvind Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Arvind Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Arvind Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Arvind Singh Mewar, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Arvind Singh Mewar, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Arvind Singh Mewar, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

V K Singh, Sanjay Dutt, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar at Maharana Mewar Public school's annual prize distribution ceremony

Source of leaking VK Singh's letter to PM must be punished, Antony

Source of leaking VK Singh's letter to PM must be punished, AntonyIndia's union defense minister AK Antony has said that the source behind leaking Gen VK Singh's letter to the Prime Minister must be identified if possible and must be gven adequate punishment.

Antony said that the act of leaking the address to the Prime Minister was anti-national and must not go unpunished. He pointed out that the head of all the wings of our Armed Forces have confidence of the government.

534 cadets turned to officers

V K SinghOn Saturday the Army Chief General V. K. Singh dragged Five hundred and thirty-four cadets out of the Indian Military Academy here at the ceremonious parade.

The number of cadets who became officers was 518 and 12 joined Assam Rifles, a paramilitary force. From these 4 were from Bhutan.

The highest numbers of officers were from Uttar Pradesh. 58 cadets were from Uttarakhand and from Haryana, 47.

The cadets presented a guard of honour to the Former Gen. Singh who examined this. In addition they dropped flowers from the sky by help of the army helicopters. The conduit ceremony goes after.

Army chief to be honorary colonel of Brigade of the Guards

Army chief to be honorary colonel of Brigade of the Guards  New Delhi, July 12 : Gen. V. K. Singh will Wednesday take over as the honorary colonel of the Brigade of the Guards, an elite regiment of the Indian Army he heads.

An army spokesperson Monday said the ceremony would be held at Kamptee, Maharashtra, July 14 and 15.

The army chief will be the 17th honorary colonel of the mixed class composition infantry regiment - where troops from all parts of India serve together in various battalions of the regiment.




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