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‘Terror Camps Still Exist…’

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‘Terror Camps Still Exist…’

‘Terror Camps Still Exist…’

Indian Army chief spoke on ceasefire agreement between India & Pakistan.

General MM Naravane said that terror camps still exist on the other side of the Line of Control (LoC).

Naravane said that recent attacks are acts of desperation to spoil atmosphere.

“Terror camps and infrastructure still exist on the other side of the LoC.

For terrorism to come down, those camps have to get dismantled.

Only when the snows melt, we will come to know how serious Pakistan is about dismantling this terror infrastructure.

We also have some local terrorists who increasingly feel marginalised.” He added, “They are trying to spoil the atmosphere with random acts of terror.” Watch the full video for more.


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