Indian army prepared to meet any challenges, says General Dalbir Singh Suhag
Indian army is prepared to meet any challenges, Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag who superannuated as Army chief said today.
New Delhi: Indian army is prepared to meet any challenges, Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag who superannuated as Army chief said today.
In 2012, we had killed 67 terrorists, 65 in 2013 & killed 141 terrorists alone in J&K this year: Gen Dalbir Singh on last day as Army Chief pic.twitter.com/uSAUW5FQMD
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He also thanked the government for providing a free hand and implementing OROP.
He said that infiltration attempts had increased during the year and the number of terrorists killed too was nearly double the previous year.
The Indian army is prepared to meet any challenges, he said, adding that the force had focused on operational preparedness during his tenure.
Suhag said that when he had taken over he had said that the response of Indian army to any action against our interest would be immediate, adequate and intense.
Indian army has done that in the last two-and-half years, he said.
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