Chinese Army present in Skardu: GOC 14 Corps
GK NEWS NETWORK
Kargil, Nov 23: GOC 14 Corps Lt Gen Ravi Dastane today said that the Chinese Army is present in Skardu and its adjoining area and maintained that the Indian Army was closely monitoring their activities.
“Indian Army is vigilant at every post along Ladakh. I reject the propaganda of Chinese incursion at various places along Actual Line of Control in Ladakh. However, I want to maintain that the Chinese Army is present in Skardu and its adjoining area and we are closely monitory their activities,” Lt Gen Ravi Dastane said while addressing a function to mark the 63rd anniversary of the Kargil.
The function was organised by the 8 Mountain Division of the Army. On the occasion, Lt Gen Ravi Dastane underscored the significance of Zojjila Tunnel from Army point of view.
“Zojjila tunnel and many other routes connecting Kargil to rest of the Country have a great importance strategically. The Srinagar Kargil Leh road is a great success and a result of the brilliance of local engineers and labourers,” he said.
On the occasion, the Executive Councilor LAHDC Kargil Haji Amir was the Chief Guest who along with other officers and Civil Dignitaries laid wreaths at the Kargil War Memorial.
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