Indian Army give a fitting reply if provoked: General Rawat’s stern warning on Army Day

On #ArmyDay, a tribute to the brave soldiers of the #IndianArmy.

Every single one of them is the epitome of matchless valour and boundless determination; and embodies the motto of the Indian Army: Service Before Self.

“On Army Day, greetings to the valiant men and women of the Indian Army, to veterans and their families. You are our nation’s pride, the sentinels of our liberty. Citizens sleep securely knowing you are ever awake and ever vigilant” tweeted President Ramnath Kovind

“On #ArmyDay, a tribute to the brave soldiers of the Indian Army. Every single one of them is the epitome of matchless valor and boundless determination; and embodies the motto of the Indian Army: Service Before Self. Let us proudly honor our army! Jai Hind!” tweeted Union Minister Rajyavardhan Rathod.

While addressing the gathering General Bipin Rawat said, we will continue with the anti-insurgency operation. We are tracking our enemies closely. Will give a fitting reply if provoked. Our western neighbours continue their support for terrorism. We have made the moral dominance over our enemies.

We continuously review our boundaries. He assured our Jawans won’t compromise in any condition. We follow the instructions given by the government. In Jammu and Kashmir’s interim areas with the collaboration of other forces, we resolved many issues and terrorists face heavy losses. Because of this, we could successfully organise Panchayat Elections and Amarnath Yatra in peace.

General Singh urged that we should use social media with responsibility.

Teenagers are being trained by terrorists. But we don’t want those youngsters should live in fear on the gunpoint of terrorists. Our neighbours provide ammunition and training to these youngsters.

We are bound to train the police personnel in the Naxalite areas. The security situation is in control in Northeast areas.

Army Day is observed on January 15 in India. On this day in 1949, Field Marshal Kodandera M Cariappa took over as the first Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army from General Sir Francis Butcher, the last British Commander-in-Chief. Army day is dedicated to the soldiers who fought to safeguard the country’s honour. On 71st Army Day today, leaders, celebrities and citizens flood Twitter with messages for men and women in uniform. From praising the Army’s valour to paying homage to the soldiers who died for the country.

COURTESY :- NEWS BHARATI

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