- India-Pakistan ceasefire completed 100 days
- Army Chief General Naravane arrives on LoC tour
- General Naravane will also go to the forward post in 2 days visit
Between India and Pakistan on the Line of Control ceasefire It’s been 100 days since I followed it seriously. Indian Army Chief General MM Naravane reached Srinagar on Wednesday to take stock of the situation in the Kashmir Valley and the Line of Control. Here he will discuss the security situation with senior army officers, as well as go
There is a ceasefire between India and Pakistan from the night of 24 February. Although there was a ceasefire agreement between India and Pakistan in 2003, but Pakistan started violating it after some time. In February, the army of both countries issued a statement to follow it seriously. After which there has been no violation of ceasefire in these 100 days.
According to army sources, there is a ceasefire but there are still camps of terrorists in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. Along with this, efforts are also going on from the terrorists to supply arms in the valley. There has definitely been some reduction in infiltration attempts, he said. Earlier, terrorists used to infiltrate under the guise of ceasefire violation. To help the terrorists infiltrate, the Pakistan Army used to fire shells in violation of the ceasefire.
In 2018 also, there was talk of proper implementation of ceasefire between India and Pakistan, but then Pakistan continuously violated it. Therefore, Pakistan cannot be fully trusted. According to an army official, ceasefire is going on but we have not reduced our deployment and vigilance. Simultaneously, Operation All Out is also going on to eliminate the terrorists. Last year i.e. in 2020, Pakistan violated the maximum ceasefire in 17 years. Then Pakistan violated ceasefire 4700 times.
There may have been some reduction in tension with China after the disengagement of troops in Eastern Ladakh, but there has been no reduction in deployment from both sides. China is also conducting maneuvers in the territory of Tibet. The Army Chief is constantly taking stock of the security situation on the China and Pakistan border so that if needed, changes can be made in the strategy and deployment accordingly. Earlier on May 19-20, the Army Chief went to the North East and took stock of the security situation on the Line of Actual Control with China.