Indian Army Chief Warns China and Pakistan to not test India’s patience

New Delhi, 15/1 (AO Bureau): On the occasion of Army Day, Indian Army Chief of Army Staff Manoj Mukund Narvane has given a clear message to China and Pakistan not to test India’s patience. After inspecting the parade and honoring the soldiers for their bravery at the National Capital Delhi’s Kariyappa Parade Ground, Narvane in an address commented on the nefarious antics of the two neighboring countries.
The Chief of Army Staff said that the past year has been very challenging for us. You are familiar with the ongoing tension with China on the northern borders. The plots for unilateral change were given a befitting reply. He said that I would like to assure the country that the martyrdom of the martyrs of Galwan will not go in vain. The Indian Army will not give any respect to the honor of the country. We are committed to resolving the dispute through dialogue and political efforts, but let no one test our patience. We will not allow their nefarious intentions to succeed – Army Chief Referring to Pakistan, the Chief of Army Staff said that we will not allow their nefarious intentions to succeed. He said that even on the Line of Control, every nefarious intention of the enemy is being given a befitting reply. Pakistan is helpless due to its habit of giving support to terrorists. 300-400 terrorists are sitting across the border with the intention of infiltrating. But we will not give into their intentions.

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