New Delhi: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh declared that based on the inputs from the intelligence agencies, the Indian military is asserting its dominance along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir, after destroying terrorist launch pads and bases in the region. Armies of both India and Pakistan are engaged in fierce encounters along the Line of Control in Kashmir, and the statements of the Indian Defence Minister amount to a stern warning for Pakistan. The properties of the defence forces are well guarded against the invisible enemy, the Coronavirus as well, the Defence Minister also asserted.
During an interview with a news agency, the Defence Minister said that the Indian army was eliminating the enemy before it could set foot on the Indian soil. Since the last two weeks, fierce encounters are being reported between the Indian and Pakistani army, on the Line of Control, in Kashmir. Pakistan is making frantic efforts to push terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir under cover of heavy firing. Nevertheless, the Indian army has foiled all the Pakistani attempts so far.
A few days ago, Chief of Army Staff, General Naravane visited Jammu-Kashmir. During the visit, he assessed the security situation along the LoC in Kashmir. Also, General Naravane accused Pakistan of continuing to export terrorism. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh informed that the Indian army was teaching a proper lesson to the Pakistan military, which is supporting the terrorists to infiltrate into India. India’s remarks make evident that India has warned Pakistan of strong retaliation if they engaged in any misadventure.
As the Novel Coronavirus is spreading in India, reports reveal that 21 Navy personnel have tested positive for the virus. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has assured that all the possible precautions were being taken to protect the defence forces from the Coronavirus pandemic as also to fight against it. COVID-19 is the invisible enemy, and all the necessary measures are being implemented to keep the defence forces safe from this adversary, the defence minister clarified.