Terrorists making desperate attempts to infiltrate into J&K: Army Chief General MM Naravane


    Terrorists making desperate efforts to infiltrate into J&K: Army Chief General MM Naravane

    He further said that terrorists are making last-ditch attempts to infiltrate into the valley prior to snowfall blocks points of entry into India.

    Army Chief General MM Naravane

    Updated: Nov 28, 2020, 08: 19 PM IST

    Indian Army Chief General MM Naravane on Saturday specified that there are terrorist launch pads across the Line of Control (LOC) making desperate attempts to infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir.

    ” With the ongoing situation on our western borders, terrorism continues to be a major threat, and that is not easing off in spite of all efforts made. There are terrorist launch pads and terrorists throughout the line of control (LoC) making desperate efforts to penetrate into Jammu and Kashmir to interrupt typical democratic procedures,” Navarane stated in an interview.

    He further stated that terrorists are making desperate efforts to infiltrate into the valley before snowfall obstructs points of entry into India and foils their plans.

    ” It is due to the fact that of this that they (terrorists) have actually begun moving southwards and are now trying to penetrate through lower areas consisting of tunnels across the global border,” Naravane stated.

    He made these comments at the losing consciousness parade of the Indian Naval Academy (INA), Ezhimala for Autumn Term2020

    Earlier this month, Navarane went on a three-day Nepal tour where he was awarded the honorary title of General of the Nepal Army. This not just a token, but General Naravane can enhance relations in between the 2 armies and the 2 governments at the diplomatic level. This see is significant in the middle of the Indo-Nepal border dispute and China’s viewed pressure on Nepal.

    General Naravane’s check out to Nepal comes when the relationship in between the 2 nations is a little separated. Recently, Nepal objected to the 80 km long road constructed by India from Lipulekh to Dharchula in the state of Uttarakhand. Nepal had objected to this, describing these locations as part of their nation. Not just this however the Parliament of Nepal also duly passed a map showing Limpiyadhura as part of Nepal with the script, Kalapani.

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