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Admiral Karambir Singh says, ‘Indian Army is ready to deal with every situation on LAC’

By News Track Live

The tension on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) is increasing these days. The Indian Army is also ready to respond to the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China at every level. Meanwhile, Indian Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh has said on Thursday that we are keeping an eye on every action of the Chinese Army.

Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh says that the Chinese Army’s attempt to change the status quo in Ladakh has changed the security scenario. We are fighting the dual challenge of China’s action and corona on LAC. The Indian Navy is prepared to deal with both challenges. Navy Chief Karambir Singh said during his annual press conference that the Chinese attempt to change the status quo on Corona and LAC is a dual challenge before us. The Navy is ready to face both these challenges.

He said that if China violates the border then we have an SOP to deal with this situation. Admiral Karambir Singh said that two predator drones have been taken on lease and they are increasing our surveillance capacity. These predator drones can be monitored continuously for 34 hours. If the Army feels the need for Predator drones in the Northeast, then we can consider it.

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