The Indian Army will not hesitate in taking a strong action to deal with terror activities along the border with Pakistan, Army chief Gen. Bipin Rawat said on Tuesday.
He was addressing Army personnel on the occasion of Army Day in New Delhi.
He said new guidelines are being followed to maintain peace and tranquillity along the border in the eastern sector
Gen. Rawat, in an oblique reference to Pakistan, stated that the country along India’s western border is providing support to terror groups and the Indian Army is dealing with them effectively.
“We are ensuring moral dominance along the border in Jammu and Kashmir,” he said.
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“We will keep reviewing the situation along the eastern border,” he said, in a reference to the border with China. “Our soldiers will not allow any compromise in guarding the border in the eastern sector.”