After reviewing the security situation in Kashmir, Army Command Chief Lt. General Ranbir Singh briefed about the present anti-terrorists operation undergoing in the valley, reports a Defence spokesperson on Friday.
On Thursday, Lt. General Ranbir Singh arrived in Kashmir Valley to review the prevailing security condition, said the spokesperson adding that “Accompanied by the Chinar Corps Commander Lt Gen AK Bhatt, the Army commander visited units in south Kashmir and was briefed by commanders on the ground about the current situation and recent counter-terrorist operations.”
He continued that the Lt. General Singh has complemented troops for their unbeatable success in eliminating terrorist leadership from the central and south Kashmir.
Lt. General Singh has further praised them for their outstanding dedication to duty and expert professionalism and was encouraging of measures as well as Standard Operating Procedures undertaken by the units and formation to reduce civilian casualties.
The spokesman said that “The need to be prepared for meeting security challenges effectively was also reinforced. Lauding the excellent synergy amongst all security forces, he exhorted all ranks to maintain a safe, secure and peaceful environment for the people of the Kashmir.”