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  • Category: Jammu and Kashmir

    January 15th is being observed as Army day

    Dear friends,
    Infiltrations are very common from China and Pakistan in the Northern border of our country and we are being satisfied with the negotiations also very common. The same repeated again and again has become habit to our country.
    On the occasion of Army day our Army chief Bikram Singh in a clear warning said any militant who crosses the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir would be fired at. The Pakistan reacted immediately that it would be liked to ceasefire violations and was provocative and regrettable.
    The Pakistan military has been in searching a source that would be any kind for infiltration and aggressive methods to cross the LoC.
    This would be a message our Army that we are always being with them.
  • #465757
    Negotiation with pakistan and china was useless as you said this was happening since from decades nothing has changed our general has given right word to his subordinates. By killing who cross LOC alone will help to solve the problem. Negotiation and Non-violence policies are expired. It is the same country where Gandhi was born as well as Bhagat singh.


    Hard work never fails

  • #465759
    I salute all the soldiers of the Indian Army on this occasion. Let us always remember the sacrifices made by our brave soldiers to protect the sovereignty and integrity of our nation.

    There is a famous quote scripted at the entrance to the War Cemetery in Kohima which reads, "When you go home, tell them of us; That, for their tomorrow, we gave our today". It sums up all!

    'Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance' - Confucious.

  • #496124
    The current measures of government seems to be satisfactory. More number of neighbor countries are slowly becoming friendly with India. It will not be easy for Pakistan to keep trying its tricks to destabilize India.

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