Indian Army Chief Meets Top US Army Official To Discusses Terrorism

The Commander of the US Special Operations Command met Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat during which the two officers deliberated on the developing regional security environment and discussed Pakistan’s “continued support to terrorism”, according to a statement.

General Raymond Thomas from the US emphasised on the need for furthering military cooperation in the field of technology and military-to-military exchanges between the two countries.

“Both the generals deliberated on the developing regional security environment, issue of global terrorism and Pakistan’s continued support to terrorism was also discussed,” the statement said.

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The visit of the senior US Army officer comes days after the Indian Air Force struck at the terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed’s biggest training camp near Balakot, deep inside Pakistan, on February 26.

A day later Pakistan also retaliated by attempting to target Indian military installations. However, the IAF thwarted the plan.

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The Indian strike on the JeM camp came 12 days after the terror outfit claimed responsibility for a suicide attack on a CRPF convoy in Kashmir, in which 40 personnel were killed.

The statement further said in the current scenario, the Indian Army remains fully prepared for emerging challenges.

“In the last three weeks, disinformation campaign by the adversary on digital media has increased. All ranks have been well sensitised of these disinformation campaigns and all ranks can see through the lie, deceit and deception of the terror sponsors,” the statement said.

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