Pakistan must institute measures to prevent infiltration: Indian DGMO

Indian Army

New Delhi. Emphatically stating that infiltration attempts by terrorists were a major cause of concern, Indian Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) said Pakistan must institute measures to prevent infiltration from the launch pads located on its side of the Line of Control.

He also informed the Pakistan DGMO that ‘these activities have increased in the areas North of Pir Panjal Mountain Ranges.

The Indian DGMO was speaking at the DGMO level talks held at behest of Pakistan DGMO on August 16. Pleasantries were also exchanged between the DGsMO on the occasion of Independence Day of both countries.

He assured that the Indian Army will abide by its commitment to uphold the Ceasefire Understanding of 2003 provided Pakistan Army initiates positive steps to control infiltration and abetment of terrorism in J&K.

Pakistan DGMO expressed satisfaction on the measures being taken along the Line of Control by troops to maintain peace and tranquility. The quantum of ceasefire violations has drastically reduced, and augers well for the future.

Pakistan DGMO also made an assurance that Pakistan Army would take prompt actions against move of inimical elements in proximity to the Line of Control and respond to information shared by the Indian side thereby facilitating conduct of anti-terrorist operations.

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