After the declaration of a ceasefire agreement between the forces of India and Pakistan, military officials said that there would be no deployment of troops or reduction in military operations along the Pakistan border to fight terrorism and infiltration. Officials said that the ceasefire does not mean that the army’s campaign against terrorism will stop. There will not be any reduction in vigilance.
He said he was optimistic about the ceasefire agreement but would take full care. Citizens on both sides will get relief from this agreement. During 2018-2020, 70 civilians died and 341 people were injured in firing incidents along the International Border and the Line of Control. As troops continued to deploy along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh, sources said that the decision regarding the LoC and the Western Front would not affect the northern border situation.
An official said, “Our anti-infiltration grid will remain strong. We will continue the anti-infiltration and counter-terrorism operations. All options will be open to reduce the threat. ”According to officials, the army’s anti-terror grid on the LoC has been strengthened over the years and the infiltration of terrorists through the LoC has become difficult. “We will not bring any reduction in counter-terrorism and counter-infiltration operations in our efforts for peace and stability for the benefit of the region,” said an official, adding that the military forces will continue to have full freedom in the operation.
The officer said, “The Indian Army is committed to fighting terrorism. The act of terrorism will not be tolerated and any audacity will be given a befitting response. ”The DGMOs of the two countries discussed the hotline connectivity mechanism and reviewed the situation in the Line of Control and all other areas in a cordial and open atmosphere.”