Army Chief said on LAC dispute- Situation on China border under control, we are ready to deal with every situation – न्यूज़लीड India

Army Chief said on LAC dispute- Situation on China border under control, we are ready to deal with every situation

Army Chief said on LAC dispute- Situation on China border under control, we are ready to deal with every situation


Amid ongoing tension along the LAC with China, Army Chief General Manoj Pandey said that the situation along the border is under control and the Indian Army is fully prepared to deal with any eventuality.

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Updated: Thursday, January 12, 2023, 12:51 [IST]

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Army chief Gen Manoj Pande

Army Chief Manoj Pande on LAC Situation:
China is not deterring from its cleverness. Even after every talk, China starts showing its old behavior. Recently, on December 09, Indian soldiers had a clash with Chinese soldiers in Tawang sector of Arunachal Pradesh. On the other hand, on Thursday, Indian Army Chief General Manoj Pande said that the situation on the northern border with China is under control and the Indian Army is ready to deal with any situation.

Army Chief General Manoj Pandey said the situation on the northern borders is stable but unpredictable. We have been able to resolve five out of the seven issues. We have continued to talk both at the military and diplomatic levels. We are fully prepared to deal with any emergent situation.

‘Support to cross-border terrorism continues’

The Army Chief further said that as far as the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is concerned, the ceasefire in February 2021 is going well, but cross-border support to terrorism and terror infrastructure still persists. There is peace in most states. Economic activities and development initiatives have yielded good results.

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Statement on Joshimath landslide

On the other hand, on the Joshimath landslide, the army chief said that we have temporarily shifted our jawans. If required, we will permanently station our jawans in Auli. There are some cracks on the Joshimath to Mana road which BRO is repairing. This has not affected our operational readiness. As far as providing help to the local people is concerned, we have given our hospitals, helipads etc. to the civil administration so that they can temporarily shift the people.

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Indian Army Chief General Manoj Pande statement on India China LAC Situation

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