Gen Rawat asks tri-administrations to check harmony time exercises in reverence to conveyed assembles Ladakh

26 oct 2020

Gen Rawat asks tri-administrations to check harmony time exercises in reverence to conveyed assembles Ladakh

Marine commandos have been approached to be sent with Army's uncommon powers in Ladakh and Navy requested to zero in on Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi requested that Indians light a "diya (light)" for officers sent on Ladakh outskirts, Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) Gen Bipin Rawat has requested that the three administrations check all harmony time exercises in concession to conveyed troops and be prepared if there should be an occurrence of a most dire outcome scenario.

It is perceived that Navy's marine commandos have been approached to be conveyed in East Ladakh where the Indian Army is secured a deadlock with People's Liberation Army (PLA) at Gogra-Hot Springs and the two banks of Pangong Tso lake. The MARCOS will be sent with the Indian Special Forces to pick up involvement with polar desert conditions with high wind chill factor.

As indicated by senior military commandants, Gen Rawat has made it clear to all the three administrations that these are not ordinary occasions with troops, big guns and tanks conveyed along the 1597 km Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh and henceforth all harmony time exercises must be checked. "As circumstance in east Ladakh can deteriorate any time if there should arise an occurrence of a mishap, the military must be prepared for any situation. It can't be that while the whole northern armed force order and western air order is into position for action in solidified condition, most of us are enjoying the festive season and playing golf. Let no one overlook there is a battle on in Ladakh," said a South Block official.