Indian Army troops to remain on high alert in wake of Indo-Pak tensions

Top Indian Army commanders have decided that in view of tensions with Pakistan, the armed forces cannot lower their guard and troop readiness levels will remain as they are at the moment, Defence sources said on Wednesday.

The decision was taken during the ongoing biannual Army Commanders’ Conference being held in New Delhi. The Army commanders also discussed the ongoing operations along the Pakistan border in the wake of simmering India-Pakistan tensions.

The conference began on April 8.

“Indian Army is committed to peaceful security environment. We shall holistically address emerging threats, challenges and ensure no room for terror. Readiness, tri-services synergy, military diplomacy, joint exercises have created capacity and environment,” Army Chief, General Bipin Rawat said while addressing the conference.  Read More

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