Our Commanders Leading Anti-terrorist Operations From The Front, Reducing Civilian Casualties: Army

Brigadier Harbir Singh, who was injured in an operation against Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists on Monday in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir, had cut short his leave to lead his soldiers from the front, a senior Army officer said on Tuesday.

“Brigadier Harbir Singh, who is among the injured, was on leave at home. When he realised at midnight that the operation has started, he cut short his leave voluntarily and rejoined,” General Officer Commanding of Army’s 15 Corps Lt Gen K J S Dhillon told reporters here.

Lt Gen Dhillon was briefing reporters about the operation that led to elimination of three Jaish terrorists who were responsible for the suicide car bomb attack on CRPF on February 14 in which 40 security personnel were killed Read more

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