Chief of Defense Staff takes the first hand of view of the operational readiness of the troops manning the loc!
‘Pakistan does not even carry a decent image of an enemy. Basically its a nation that backstabs and the instances have been far too many. In one line if the country of strange broken mirrors has to be summarized then see no further than, ‘the leadership especially so the military one cannot be trusted. So the best option while dealing with a country such as Pakistan is to protect your good image from the eyes of negative viewers, who may look at your good appearance with an ugly fiendish eye, and ruin your positive qualities with their chemical infested tongues. That is what they are indulging in. They are sending in people carrying guns and ammo but our soldiers on LOC know very well that the unseen enemy is always the most dangerous. But never mind our troops are always prepared for them. Pakistan continues to suffer from a disease called denial and it on its own will not find a cure. So why not help them out in this predicament’!
‘ Indian soldiers know something very well and that is the larger the bricks your enemies throw at you the larger the palace you are going to build. Pakistan has been doing so since 1947 but to no avail. It still continues with some black hand mechanics which are all nullified on the LOC itself’
Drone attacks was something that was not expected from Pakistan but they plotted the same with nonchalance.
Pak Generals are playing a sly game and not giving anything away as far as the intent goes. But whatever it may be, one thing is certain that it will jeopardize whatever peace is prevalent.
There is no doubt about the fact that right across the LOC the terror mongers are sitting and trying to do something or the other. Two incidents in the Naushera sector are a big testimony to the fact.
There is every reason to believe that it is only a matter of time that something or the other would be tried as to what happened on the LOC in Naushera.
Life on the LOC is not easy, the officers and the men know this and hence round the clock right from dawn to twilight they keep observing the activity because anything could happen,
It’s nice that cease fire is holding on but still it is as fragile as a thin sheet of glass and it could crack upon any time.
It’s good that we secure for ourselves because everything is precarious and uncertain therefore security is incorporated into the common life of soldiers.
That was exactly what the Chief of Defense Staff was keenly looking into as he was on the LOC in district Poonch.
Trust me after the twilight every lurking shadow has to be watched even if it is yours because the men who have to be tackled there are men from dark and grey shadows!
I. Chief of defense Staff’s visit to the LOC in District Poonch:
The tallest trees are always confronted by the strongest winds. Who better than the Indian soldiers deployed on the LOC know it. This way or that they are the first target of the invaders with their assault rifles. If it is a fire versus fire matrix the winner has to be only one. That has been the story ever since the infiltration started on the LOC. Initially the terrorists used to manage it easily but now simply have no chance to do that!
Amid increased infiltration attempts by Pakistan, Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat visited the Line of Control (LoC) to review the forces’ operational preparedness.
CDS Bipin Rawat will also review the Anti-Infiltration grid during his two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir. CDS Rawat will be briefed by the Northern Army Commanders on the situation along the LoC.
CDS Rawat’s visit comes in the wake of increased new challenges faced by the armed forces, mainly drones coming from Pakistan. In addition, alert forces have repeatedly thwarted infiltration attempts by Pakistani terrorists even as the drone threat looms in the Union Territory.
Moreover, it is also being reported that terror launchpads across the border have become active again and infiltration bids have surged in recent weeks. Earlier, four infiltrators were killed as two different attempts were foiled in last few days.
Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane is visiting Pokhran in Rajasthan to review the operational preparedness of the Corps of Artillery. General Naravane will also witness the firing drills of howitzers, including the Bofors and the indigenous Dhanush.
After the recent Jammu airbase drone attack, several drone sightings have been reported in the region.
The repeated instances have prompted the army to opt for counter-measures. The Indian Army has therefore installed high-mast lighting at the IAF Station in Jammu to increase surveillance and track any incoming drones or security threats at the airbase.
The high-mast lighting will be able to detect the drones at a considerable distance and will help thwart incoming threats.
II. Govt comes out with draft drone rules:
‘To avoid enemies, say nothing, do nothing, be nothing and ignore him. But if he tries something outrageous just get him off your back with a flurry of extraordinary moves.if a lesson has to be taught then it has to be the proper type.’
The civil aviation ministry issued the Draft Drone Rules, 2021, seeking public consultation before notifying them to replace the Unmanned Aircraft System Rules issued in March this year. This comes days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a meeting of top ministers to discuss the formulation of a policy for the traffic management of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) or drones. The meeting was held in the aftermath of a drone attack on the Indian Air Force base in Jammu.
Do you have enemies? Why, it is the story of every country. India by all means is a creator of ideas. The one who disperses good ideas must have enemies, as light must have the insects. The idea of the CDS was to tell the soldiers that they are the best. They stand there on the LOC as the guardians of the frontiers and in case the enemy has any indecent idea or a proposal the answer has to be a sledge hammer strike. Pakistan knows what it is!