Army Chief MM Narwane’s big statement, says ‘Intruders want to disrupt the democratic process’

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The Indian Army has recently unearthed the tunnels used by Pakistani terrorists to infiltrate into India. On this, Indian Army Chief Manoj Mukund Narwane today said that Pakistani intruders want to infiltrate into India before snow levels rise. He said that this is being done to disrupt democratic processes.

Indian Army Chief Manoj Mukund Narwane on Saturday said, “In the ongoing situation on our western borders, terrorism remains a serious crisis and it is not ending even after all efforts.” Terrorists are continuously trying to infiltrate Jammu and Kashmir to disrupt normal democratic processes.

Army Chief Manoj Mukund Narwane further said that, with the onset of winter, there are attempts to infiltrate before the pass and snow levels rise. It is for this reason that they have started moving south and are now trying to infiltrate through the tunnels of the lower areas throughout the IB. Also, the army has been given an open exemption in Jammu and Kashmir. ‘

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