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Nagrota Operations Mm Naravane Statement On Terrorist – Army Chief Narwane warns, terrorists crossing LOC will not return alive

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Highlights

  • Security forces killed four militants on Thursday morning.
  • They were about to carry out a horrible incident.

New Delhi. Security forces killed four militants in the Nagrota Encounter area of ​​Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday morning. They had entered with the intention of spreading terror in the valley. They were about to carry out a horrible incident, but before that the army piled them up. In this case, Indian Army Chief General MM Narwane has given a stern warning to the terrorists coming from Pakistan.





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Army chief’s warning

Army chief General MM Narwane says terrorists trying to cross the Line of Control (LoC) will not survive. He said the message was clear to Pak and its terrorists. He said that anyone crossing the Line of Control to infiltrate India would be eliminated in the same way.

Better coordination between police and paramilitary forces

Army chief General Narwane said the terrorists were entering the valley hiding in a truck laden with rice sacks. He lauded the security forces for carrying out the operation and said that there was better coordination between the army, Jammu and Kashmir police and paramilitary forces. “Terrorists are getting the message that anyone will infiltrate our territory,” he said. He will be dealt with in the same way and they will not back down.







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