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JAMMU: The Army’s northern commander Lt Gen Y Okay Joshi on Saturday stated the settlement between India and Pakistan to stick to the ceasefire pact alongside the Line of Control (LoC) wouldn’t have an effect on counter-terrorism operations in Jammu and Kashmir.
Addressing the investiture ceremony on the Northern Command headquarters in Udhampur, Lt Gen Joshi stated, “Recently, the Director Generals of Military Operations (DGMOs) of India and Pakistan announced an agreement to uphold ceasefire along the LoC from February 24 and 25 midnight… this will have no bearing on the counter-terrorism operations and we will maintain our alertness.” He stated 2020 was historic in some ways for the Army, which demonstrated its mettle in japanese Ladakh by its grit, willpower, self-confidence, bravery and steadfastness.
Without naming China and Pakistan, Lt Gen Joshi stated that the Army has maintained its domination on its borders with the neighbouring nations and is sustaining peace within the hinterland. “Whenever anybody has dared to assault the integrity of the nation, the Army at all times stood like a defend in opposition to such makes an attempt to unfold disturbance and can proceed to take action sooner or later. Whenever anybody raises an evil eye on our nation, the Indian Army has replied strongly,” he stated.
Lt Gen Joshi stated the general safety scenario in Kashmir noticed an awesome enchancment within the earlier yr as there was a substantial discount in terror-related incidents, stone-pelting actions and protests because of tireless efforts of the safety forces and the individuals of Jammu and Kashmir. He added that throughout the Covid-19 disaster, the Army performed a key position as medical doctors, nursing employees, ambulance and medical corps employees labored round the clock with out caring for his or her lives to struggle the pandemic.

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