“Troops Highly Motivated,” Says Army Chief After LAC Visit
“The situation along the LAC is slightly tense,” he added.
Indian Army Chief, General Manoj Mukund Naravane, who was on a visit to Leh this morning to take stock of the situation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) said that the Indian troops are “highly motivated” despite the aggression shown by Chinese soldiers a few days back. He, however, added that the situation on the de facto border between India and China is still “slightly tense” and that some “precautionary deployments” have indeed happened from the Indian side as a safety measure.
The Indian Army chief said, “I took a review of the situation after reaching Leh yesterday (Thursday). I took a first-hand account as I spoke to the troops. They are highly motivated, and they are fully prepared to deal with any situation that may arise. I would like to reiterate, like always, that our officers are the finest in the world. They will make not just the army but the entire country proud.”
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