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GOC ATK & K area visits Sainik Suvidha Centre in Secunderabad



Secunderabad, 26th March, 2013:
Lt. Gen, V K Pillai, AVSM, SM, General Officer Commanding (GOC) Andhra, Tamilnadu, Karnataka and Kerala (ATK&K) Area visited Hqrs. Andhra Sub Area in Secunderabad on Monday and inspected several units there. He also visited Sainik Suvidha Centre and reviewed its performance with the senior army officers.



2013-03-26






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