Parakram: Indian Army's might on display along LoC on surgical strike anniversary (Video)
Sep 28, 2018, 8:06 PM IST
India-Pakistan Line of Control: This is a mountainous region, surrounded by deep forests. The weather changes often here with excessive fog blocking visibility. Apart from these conditions, the villages of the two countries lie nearby, which makes our jobs difficult.
The enemies often violate the ceasefire agreement but our officers and jawans fight back aggressively. There is also an ongoing threat of terrorists invading the border. These terrorists often target our jawans who are at the forward post, and to neutralise it, we have an effective surveillance network with which we keep an eye on the LoC. This surveillance network helps the jawans who are on ground patrolling the area.
According to the latest intelligence reports, the enemy terrorist camps are aggressive and are undergoing training. After completion of the said training, they are brought to the village launch pads, from where they plan their next move. Our security forces are aware of these launchpads and keep a close eye on them.
Soldier: "As jawans of the Indian Army, we are trained to work for 48-72 hours without food or sleep. We are currently near the LoC. So, we have to remain vigilant for 24 hours. We want the nation to know that you can be assured that we are protecting the border and trying to maintain peace. We are on alert and ready to act on command."