Indian Army ready to take back POK! Pakistan’s life dried up in the throat, retaliated by furious – न्यूज़लीड India

Indian Army ready to take back POK! Pakistan’s life dried up in the throat, retaliated by furious


India will remain with PoK, Pakistan came in tension

Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi was replying to a question regarding a recent statement made by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh in this regard. Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi said that as far as the Indian Army is concerned, it will carry out any orders given by the Government of India. Whenever such orders are given, we will always be ready for it.

Pakistan told India

Pakistan told India

Due to the fear of losing PoK, Pakistan has created an earthquake. In an early morning tweet, the Director General of ISPR said that the statement of a high ranking officer of the Indian Army regarding PoK is inappropriate and reflects the delusional mindset of the armed forces.

Indian Army will follow the orders of the government

Indian Army will follow the orders of the government

Tell that, the Indian Northern Army Commander had said that the resolution on the subject of PoK has been passed in the Parliament, there is nothing new in it. It is part of the resolution of the Parliament. The Indian Army is ready to obey every order of the government. Whenever there is an order from the government, the army will move forward with all its might.

It's too late to say to the Indian Army...

It’s too late to say to the Indian Army…

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, who recently went to Himachal on an election tour, had made a statement that the decision on Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (POK) should have been taken during the 1971 war between India and Pakistan. The regret is that at that time more than 90 thousand soldiers of Pakistan were taken prisoner by India, yet India did not take back PoK from Pakistan.

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