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Director General Indian Coast Guard Rakesh Pal visits Mumbai post

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During his maiden visit, the DGICG conducted a comprehensive assessment of the operational readiness of the Indian Coast Guard units stationed in the Coast Guard Region (West) and Coast Guard Region (North West). DGICG also reviewed the overall ‘Operational’ preparedness and progress on the Infrastructure Development works of Western Seaboard. President Tatrakshika also interacted with the ladies of ICG fraternity. 

Additionally, the visit served as an opportunity for the DGICG to assess ongoing infrastructure development projects aimed at enhancing the capabilities and efficiency of the Indian Coast Guard. This commitment to infrastructure development reflects the organization’s dedication to maintaining a high level of operational effectiveness in the face of evolving maritime challenges.

DGICG also engaged in interactive sessions with officers, men & civilian staff of the Western Seaboard. These interactions allowed for open discussions on various aspects of operational strategies, training methodologies, and technological advancements. The input and insights gathered from these discussions will contribute to the continuous improvement of the Indian Coast Guard’s operational framework.

The visit underscored the commitment of the Indian Coast Guard to uphold the nation’s maritime security and its determination to enhance its capabilities through proactive measures such as operational reviews and infrastructure development.

DGICG also paid a courtesy call to Hon’ble Governor of Maharashtra  and various operational facets and recent string of achievements by the Indian Coast Guard (specially in Maharashtra) including safety of fishermen at sea were briefed.

New Delhi: Director General Indian Coast Guard Rakesh Pal, PTM, TM, along with the President Tatrakshika, visited Mumbai from 17-19 Aug 23 to review the operational preparedness and infrastructure development post taking over the helm of Indian Coast Guard.

During his maiden visit, the DGICG conducted a comprehensive assessment of the operational readiness of the Indian Coast Guard units stationed in the Coast Guard Region (West) and Coast Guard Region (North West). DGICG also reviewed the overall ‘Operational’ preparedness and progress on the Infrastructure Development works of Western Seaboard. President Tatrakshika also interacted with the ladies of ICG fraternity. 

Additionally, the visit served as an opportunity for the DGICG to assess ongoing infrastructure development projects aimed at enhancing the capabilities and efficiency of the Indian Coast Guard. This commitment to infrastructure development reflects the organization’s dedication to maintaining a high level of operational effectiveness in the face of evolving maritime challenges.

DGICG also engaged in interactive sessions with officers, men & civilian staff of the Western Seaboard. These interactions allowed for open discussions on various aspects of operational strategies, training methodologies, and technological advancements. The input and insights gathered from these discussions will contribute to the continuous improvement of the Indian Coast Guard’s operational framework.

The visit underscored the commitment of the Indian Coast Guard to uphold the nation’s maritime security and its determination to enhance its capabilities through proactive measures such as operational reviews and infrastructure development.

DGICG also paid a courtesy call to Hon’ble Governor of Maharashtra  and various operational facets and recent string of achievements by the Indian Coast Guard (specially in Maharashtra) including safety of fishermen at sea were briefed.

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