New Delhi: “The observance of the ceasefire agreement on the border is the first step in renewing relations between India and Pakistan,” said our Army Commander General MM. Naravane has said.
On Feb. 25, India and Pakistan announced a ceasefire on the border under a 2003 agreement. In this regard, our Army Commander Naravane said: The ceasefire agreement on the border is being adhered to. There have been no violations in the last three months. Thus peace prevails in Jammu and Kashmir. Peace and security on the border has created happiness and hope among the people. But the Pak did not appear to have destroyed the terrorist camps on their border.
The ceasefire and ceasefire should continue as they are on the border. This ceasefire is the first step in rejuvenating the strained relations between the two countries. The involvement of youth in terrorism has been greatly reduced.
Young people are showing interest in sports. With this ceasefire, we will not stop security operations at the border. Our action against terrorism will continue. Pakistan must destroy terrorist camps within its borders. US troops are being withdrawn from Afghanistan. Therefore, India, Pakistan, should not be allowed to become a dangerous part of the border, he said.