Infiltration bids will continue: GOC
KASHMIR MEDIA NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 5: The General Officer Commanding (GOC) 15 Corps- Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain, on Wednesday said that army suspects that infiltration bids across the Line of Control (LoC) would continue despite heavy snowfall.
“We suspect infiltration bids will continue despite snowfall. The army is ready to face any challenge,” Hasnain said while talking to the reporters at Uri on north Kashmir.
The GOC said the people should refrain from violent protests and should peacefully demand the restoration of basic amenities like power, water and other things.
Hasnain also said youth should concentrate on studies rather than indulging in stone pelting.
Earlier the GoC discussed the latest security situation with senior army officers based in 161 brigade at Rampur, Uri. The General was given detailed brief by the army officers about the operational readiness to meet any eventuality. Later Hasnain also met the villages heads of Boniyar at Rampur and extended his greetings.
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