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Army chief MM Naravane said on Saturday terrorists were desperately trying to infiltrate Jammu and Kashmir to disrupt District Development Council (DDC) polls. He also said that terrorism emanating from across the border continued to be a serious threat and was not decreasing despite all efforts to control it.
In the first electoral exercise in Jammu and Kashmir since the repeal of Article 370, nearly 52 percent of voter turnout was recorded on Saturday in staggered polls of district development councils. Days after a 150-meter-long underground tunnel suspected of being used by four Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorists to infiltrate from Pakistan was detected by the BSF at the international border in the Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir, the army chief also said the terrorists, with the onset of winters, began to “move south.” They are “now trying to infiltrate through the lower regions, including tunnels across the international border.” “With the current situation at our western borders, terrorism continues to be a serious threat, and this is not diminishing despite our best efforts,” the army chief told reporters from the Naval Academy. of Ezhimala in the district.
“They (the terrorists) are desperately trying to infiltrate J&K Union territory, trying to create as many problems as possible and disrupt the normal democratic processes that we cherish,” he said. General Naravane was at the Academy to review the fainting parade and award medals to meritorious midshipmen and Indian sea cadets at the end of their “graduation ceremony”.
- Army chief MM Naravane said on Saturday terrorists were desperately trying to infiltrate Jammu and Kashmir to disrupt District Development Council (DDC) polls.
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