In Kashmir, The Indian Army Retrieves Military Equipment Sent From Afghanistan

The Indian army has stated that the recovery of military equipment from Afghanistan in Kashmir has increased. Lieutenant General Devendra Pratap Pandey, the General Officer Commanding (GoC) of the Srinagar-based Chinar Corps, announced today that the world-class equipment weapon system had made its way into Kashmir.

He admitted that it is a difficult task, but that the Indian Army is prepared to take on any challenge. Equipment from Afghanistan has been found near the Line of Control and in a few confrontations, according to the Indian army. The Indian army discovered various satellite phones and night vision gadgets.

According to security sources, traces of terror groups’ satellite phones have been discovered in Kashmir and have been sent to the National Technical Research Organisation for study.

“There is equipment and weaponry used all across the world that has found its way inside.” It’s certainly a difficulty, but we’ve altered our engagement rules and procedures to counter that. They’ve been discovered. They aren’t in vast numbers, but there are signatures, and we’ve found them in various encounters and on the Line of Control, so it’s not a difficult task. We were able to find a way to work around the system.Lieutenant General Devendra Pratap Pandey, the General Officer Commanding (GoC) of the Chinar Corps located in Srinagar, remarked.

According to the Indian army, many foreign terrorists in the valley were on the run, and they were placing local militants in charge. And, as the number of local terrorists declines, international terrorists become more visible.

“These terrorists were oblivious to the fact that they were being watched. They were portraying local militants as the perpetrators of terrorist acts.” “As the number of local terrorists has decreased, they have been exposed and are being forced to come out of hiding to carry out terror activities against locals and no locals in the valley,” said Lieutenant General Devendra Pratap Pandey, the General Officer Commanding (GoC) of the Srinagar-based Chinar Corps.

According to the Indian army, militants from across the border attempted only one infiltration attempt, which was foiled. The LoC’s security grid has been made completely impenetrable.

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