Army Chief Gen MM Naravane on two-day Kashmir visit.
The Army Chief of Staff, General MM Naravane, will be in Srinagar for his two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir on June 2 to review the ground situation in the Kashmir Valley along the Line of Control ( LoC) and counterinsurgency operations in the Union. Territory after 100 days of ceasefire with Pakistan.
Army chief Gen. Manoj Mukund Naravane would be in Srinagar for a two-day visit starting Wednesday to review the situation on the ground along the border and counterterrorism operations in the valley.
The latest ceasefire agreement between India and Pakistan had started in the last week of February after talks between the general directors of military operations of both armies and has been observed by both sides ever since.
“The Army chief would be in Srinagar today to review the situation on the ground together with the main military commanders of the 15th Corps that is in charge of counterterrorism and counter-infiltration operations in the valley,” Army sources told India Tv.
The chief would also visit the outposts in the valley to review the operational readiness of the troops to deal with any possible attempts by the terrorists to carry out an infiltration.
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval played a key role in the ongoing ceasefire agreement that has resulted in peace on both sides of the LoC for such a long period in recent years.
The army chief, General Naravane, has also given clear instructions to the formations on the ground to ensure that the agreement is fully implemented, but at the same time to maintain strict vigilance against any infiltration attempts by terrorists from around the LoC.
Army sources said the two DGMOs discussed and finalized the ceasefire agreement in detail on February 23 and its implementation began a day later.
According to sources, the Pakistani military, until recently, opened fire on Indian positions to help push terrorists into India, but this has not happened since the ceasefire went into effect in the last week of February.
The ceasefire announcement was made by the two armies through a joint statement issued on February 25. The two countries had previously signed a ceasefire agreement in 2003, but it was repeatedly violated.
India and Pakistan have experienced high tensions on the border after the provocation in 2016 when their terrorists carried out the Uri attack followed by the Pulwama attack in 2019.
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