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PM Modi to chair commanders’ conference on board INS Vikramaditya in Kochi today

Kochi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday is all set to address a combined commanders' conference on board the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya off the Kochi coast in Kerala during last day of his two-day visit to the state.

For the first time, the annual tri-services event, also known as the Combined Commanders Conference, is held outside New Delhi, the national Capital, following Modi’s suggestion last year that they should meet on board ships, or air bases or in forward area cantonments. In the meet, three service chiefs and other senior officers of the Army, Navy and Air Force will brief Prime Minister Modi about the national defence policy and operational challenges.

The Prime Minister will also unveil former chief minister R. Shankar's statue at Kollam and pay floral tributes to Sree Narayana Guru Mahasamadhi at Sivagiri inVarkala before returning to Delhi today.

Addressing the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers in a public rally at Thrissur yesterday, the Prime Minister said that the BJP had suffered most in Kerala during the last 50 years, adding that scores of party workers were "murdered" in the state for political reasons.

He also decried social untouchability in Kerala and said that several saints and Rishis had dedicated their lives to end social untouchability in the state and also lashed out at the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) coalition and Communist Party of India (Marxist)-Left Democratic Front (LDF) in Kerala and accused them of looting the state in turns.

Prime Minister Modi, who arrived at Kochi Naval Base on Monday, was received by Kerala Governor P Sathasivam and Chief Minister Oommen Chandy.

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