Army Chief Mukund Naravane reviews situation along LAC in Leh
During the visit of Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Narwane, the Indian Army's operational preparedness was briefed by the GOC, Fire and Fury Corps and other local commanders.
New Delhi: Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane has arrived in Leh on a one-day visit to the Fire and Fury Corps amid continuing tensions with China on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.
During this time he visited the Forward Areas, including Rechin La of the Fire and Fury Corps. The Army Chief assessed the situation with the LAC. Also interacted with local commanders and soldiers and praised their high morale and readiness status.
Army Chief at LAC:
During the visit of Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Narwane, the Indian Army's operational preparedness was briefed by the GOC, Fire and Fury Corps and other local commanders. Some photos of this tour have also been shared. The army said that Mukund Narwane inspected the location of the residence of the soldiers stationed at the forward line of rescue at Rechin La. Along with this, he appreciated the efforts made to make the soldiers comfortable with LAC.
It is worth noting that since May last, India's tension with China has continued on the LAC. To reduce this tension, military and diplomatic level peace talks between the two sides have been going on for the past several months. However, the name of reducing this tension is not being taken by China. Activities have been carried out on his behalf to increase disputes. Due to which both the armies are standing face to face even in the cold.
The Indian Army is being prepared in every way to face China. Many times Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has also said in his statements that the Indian Army is ready to face any kind of situation.