Terrorists crossing LoC won’t be able to go back, says Army Chief on Nagrota operation


    Terrorists crossing LoC won’t be able to go back, states Army Chief on Nagrota operation

    Army Chief General Naravane asserts that whoever crosses the LoC won’t have the ability to go back after the effective operation in Nagrota.

    Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane

    Updated: Nov 20, 2020, 03: 25 PM IST

    Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane said that the message was really clear for Pakistan and its terrorists that whosoever crosses the Line of Control to infiltrate into India would be handled in the exact same manner and would not be able to go back. The Army Chief General was discussing the successful operation in Nagrota where the security forces removed four terrorists on Thursday.

    General Naravane mentioned the great synergy between the Army, the Jammu and Kashmir Authorities, and paramilitary troops. He applauded the troops for this operation versus the terrorists, who were supposedly hiding in a truck filled with apples. The four terrorists are suspected to be members of the Jaish-e-Mohammed.

    ” This was an extremely successful operation by the security forces. It reveals the high degree of synergy in between all the security forces running on the ground,” General Naravane informed ANI.

    ” The message is extremely clear for the adversary and terrorists that whosoever attempts to penetrate towards our side would be dealt in the exact same manner and they would not be able to go back,” he included.

    After the encounter, 11 AK-47 s rifles, 3 pistols, 29 grenades, and other devices were recuperated from them. It is suspected that they had actually infiltrated for a big strategy and were headed towards the Kashmir valley.

    A significant amount of Pakistan-made medications was recovered from their possession, sources said.

    The Central Reserve Police (CRPF) in addition to the Unique Operations Group of the Jammu and Kashmir Police and the Army got details about a suspicious truck and were placed on alert. This led to the operation at 4: 20 a.m. when there was an effort made to stop the truck near the Ban toll plaza in the Nagrota location of Jammu. The operation continued for three hours.

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