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India-China border situation at LAC stable BUT unpredictable: Army Chief Gen Manoj Pande

India-China border: Indian Army Chief General Manoj Pande on Thursday said the situation along the northern borders with China is under control but remains ‘unpredictable’.

Speaking at the annual Army Day press conference, he stated that five of the seven contentious problems between the two armed forces have been addressed. “The situation at the northern borders is stable and under control, despite being unpredictable. We were able to settle five of the seven issues on the table during the discussion because our preparation is quite high and we have enough reserves to deal with any contingency “General Manoj Pande stated this during a press conference in the national capital on Thursday.

(India-China border) He also emphasised the need to’remain watchful,’ stating that while the ceasefire on the Pakistani border has maintained, the neighbor’s backing for terror infrastructure and terror organisations remains continuous.

“The truce is holding effectively on the Pakistan border but the support to militant infrastructure and terror organisations still continues. The dimensions of violence have been significantly reduced. As a result, we must remain vigilant,” he stated.

Later in his speech, the Army chief stated that calm has returned to most of the Northeastern states.

“The ceasefire on the Pakistani border is holding, but backing for terror infrastructure and terror organisations continues. The dimensions of violence have been significantly reduced. As a result, we must remain vigilant “He stated.

Later in his speech, the Army chief stated that calm has returned to most of the Northeastern states.

Speaking on Army Day, which is commemorated on January 15, every year, General Pande stated they are totally aligned with the future national goal and have “chosen to pursue transformation”.

“This Army Day is significant since it also marks the 75th anniversary of India’s independence. We also totally support the future national vision. We’ve made the decision to undergo a transition “He stated.

General Pande stated that women officers could be commissioned into the Indian Army’s Corps of Artillery shortly, as a proposal to that effect has been submitted to the government for approval.

“We also have the Army Martial Arts Routine, which will assist us deal with battle circumstances. It is a fusion of several martial arts from around the country,” he continued.

Without identifying China, the Army Chief stated that they have successfully prevented any attempts to disrupt the status quo (on the LAC).

“We have been able to prevent any attempts by (the) opponent to unilaterally change the status quo in a robust manner by acting in a tough and resolute manner with our soldiers posted along the Line of Actual Control (LAC),” General Pande stated.

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