Which Indian Army Chief has been conferred with the Officer of the Legion of Honour, the highest French civilian distinction?

Which Indian Army Chief has been conferred with the Officer of the Legion of Honour, the highest French civilian distinction?
[A]Bikram Singh
[B]Deepak Kapoor
[C]Joginder Jaswant Singh
[D]Nirmal Chander Vij

Joginder Jaswant Singh
Joginder Jaswant Singh, ex-Indian Army Chief General, has been conferred with the prestigious “Officer of the Legion of Honour” in recognition of his “stellar role” in modernising the Indian Army and initiating robust exchanges between the Indian and French armies leading to unprecedented levels of cooperation and inter-operability and creation of enduring ties and promotion of mutual understanding between the two countries. The award is the highest civilian award given by the French Republic for outstanding service to France, regardless of the nationality of the recipients.

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