Srinagar: Today is the 100th day of the peace agreement between India and Pakistan in the LoC. At the event, Chief of Army Staff Ms Naravane arrived on a two-day trip to Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday. The Army Commander advances the LoC area. He later met with Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha. He will hold a press conference in Srinagar today at 10.20am.
After arriving in Srinagar, Gen Naravane and Commander Lt Gen YK Joshi of the Northern Military Council and Lt General DP Pandey, Chinar Corps Commander, visited the units in a rural country, the Army official said. When local authorities informed the Commander-in-Chief of the current state of security.
Today the 100th day- General Naravane was also briefed on the steps being taken to identify and prevent those involved in criminal activities and the recruitment of young people for terrorist positions. Negotiations of local terrorists and efforts to prevent young people from engaging in terrorist activities were also discussed. While working with the military, the Commander-in-Chief also thanked the soldiers and commanders for their ongoing fight against the twin challenges of terrorism supported by Kovid-19 and Pakistan.
a ceasefire agreement was signed between the DGMO of India and Pakistan namely the Director-General of Military Operations on 25 February this year, ending 100 days of ceasefire between India and Pakistan. Under the agreement, both countries’ forces will maintain peace in the Line of Control (LoC). Which means both countries will not do the shooting and shooting. Even if the military does this, local authorities in both countries will address the issue through negotiations. As of this agreement, no shooting or shooting incident has been reported to the LoC.