Tribune News Service
New Delhi, July 12
Director General SS Deswal, who has the twin cost of the BSF and ITBP, has mentioned the scenario on each western border with Pakistan and the northern border with China is “absolutely under control” and each inch of the nation’s land is below “full possession of our security and defence forces”.
During an interplay with mediapersons on the sidelines of a operate organised by the BSF, the place he was requested to touch upon the present navy standoff alongside the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in jap Ladakh, Deswal mentioned, “All country’s land is with us. Our land is in full possession of our security forces.”
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He added, “Our borders are safe, be it the eastern, western or northern. The security forces of the country are very active, capable and dedicated. They are capable to protect the borders against any kind of enemy with all their might and efficiency.”
Sources within the safety institution mentioned the Chinese navy has steadily been thinning down its presence on the ridgeline of Finger Four and in addition eliminated some boats from the Pangong Tso in jap Ladakh forward of one other spherical of Lt General-level talks between India and China geared toward finalising modalities for a whole disengagement alongside the LAC.
Noting that there’s nothing uncommon about troop actions alongside borders, Deswal mentioned it was being completed as per the requirement. “The morale of the troops of the Army and the border guarding forces is very high. Since Independence, the security forces have made numerous sacrifices to protect the country’s borders,” he mentioned.
On repeated use of drones by enemies throughout the borders on the western frontier, Deswal mentioned, “Technology is at play and we are fully equipped to deal with them. Our personnel are keeping a close watch on movements of such objects.”