Jammu and Kashmir: Army alert despite ceasefire, ready to give a befitting reply to any misadventure

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Agency, Jammu

Published by: Prashant Kumar
Updated Fri, 11 Jun 2021 11:06 AM IS

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Lt Gen YK Joshi said that in the year 2020, there were about 5000 violations, in the year 2021 there were 413 violations in January and till February 24 there were 315 ceasefire violations.

Northern Command Army Commander Lt Gen YK Joshi
– Photo : Indian Army

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Army’s Northern Command chief Lt Gen YK Joshi on Tuesday said the ceasefire agreement between India and Pakistan is being followed in letter and spirit by both the sides, but the Indian Army is not reducing its surveillance along the border in Jammu and Kashmir. letting it happen.

The Northern Commander said that since the ceasefire agreement was signed on February 25, the Pakistani Army is committed to maintain peace along the LoC. Also said that we want to assure our countrymen that we will not allow any shortfall in our surveillance.

He said that we have displayed maturity, restraint and humanitarian approach during the difficult times of the COVID pandemic. Because before this both countries had signed a ceasefire agreement in 2003 but it was repeatedly violated.

Kargil war hero Lt Gen Joshi said the people living along the Line of Control are being the direct beneficiaries of the latest ceasefire agreement between the two countries. The commander said that the soldiers are fully prepared and they are ready to respond to any misadventure by any adversary or terrorists.

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Army’s Northern Command chief Lt Gen YK Joshi on Tuesday said the ceasefire agreement between India and Pakistan is being followed in letter and spirit by both the sides, but the Indian Army is not reducing its surveillance along the border in Jammu and Kashmir. letting it happen.

The Northern Commander said that since the ceasefire agreement was signed on February 25, the Pakistan Army is committed to maintain peace along the LoC. Also said that we want to assure our countrymen that we will not allow any shortfall in our surveillance.

He said that we have displayed maturity, restraint and humanitarian approach during the difficult times of the COVID pandemic. Because before this both countries had signed a ceasefire agreement in 2003 but it was repeatedly violated.

Kargil war hero Lt Gen Joshi said the people living along the Line of Control are being the direct beneficiaries of the latest ceasefire agreement between the two countries. The commander said that the soldiers are fully prepared and they are ready to respond to any misadventure by any adversary or terrorists.

Also read- Pakistan will love water: Shahpur Kandi project expected to be commissioned by November 2022

Also read- Willpower of the elderly: defeated Corona at the age of 96 after getting vaccinated

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