Army Chief reached Ladakh within 48 hours of China’s withdrawal from Gogra Hotspring, know what is the new plan

New Delhi: The chief of the Indian army reached Ladakh 48 hours after the announcement of the withdrawal of Indochinese troops from the Gogra hot springs region. This visit by the army chief Manoj Pandey was recounted for 2 days. Manoj Pandey on Saturday conducted a comprehensive analysis of the overall security situation in the eastern region of Ladakh. According to information provided by the army, in addition to interacting with the officers and soldiers stationed in the area, General Pandey also attended the military exercise “Parvat Prahar”. The exercise showed the operational capabilities of the pistol and other important weapon systems.

The army tweeted: “General Manoj Pandey visited the Ladakh sector and participated in the ‘Parvat Prahar’ exercise. Pandey was briefed on the operational readiness of field commanders. He interacted with officers and soldiers and appreciated them for their tenacity and professionalism. Those familiar with General Pandey’s visit said they were briefed on the general readiness of the Indian army in the region, aside from the withdrawal of Indian and Chinese troops from the Gogra hot spring area.

According to sources, Lieutenant General Anindya Sengupta, commander of the Fire and Fury Corps based in Leh, and other senior officers briefed General Pandey on the overall security situation, including the withdrawal of troops from both sides of the patrol point. 15. General Pandey is expected to visit Siachen on Sunday. On Thursday, the Indian and Chinese armies announced they had begun withdrawing from patrol point 15 in the Gogra-Hotspring region in eastern Ladakh, in line with the process of withdrawing stalled troops from the conflict points. of the region. shows significant progress. For more than two years there has been an impasse between the two sides in this area.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *