Indian Army

Army chief says India will ‘come out victorious’ while defending its borders

By Livemint

The threat in eastern Ladakh has “by no means reduced” and the Indian Army will continue to deal with the Chinese military in a “firm” and “resolute” manner, Chief of Army Staff Gen MM Naravane said on Wednesday referring to the 20-month-long border standoff that has seriously strained ties between the two countries.

Gen Naravane also said that war or conflict is always an “instrument of last resort” but if it is thrust upon India, then the country will come out victorious,as he noted that the overall situation in eastern Ladakh is “stable and under control”.

His comments at a press conference ahead of Army Day on January 15 came on a day India and China held the 14th round of Corps Commander level talks to resolve the military standoff in eastern Ladakh.

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