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‘COVID Deepened Suspicions Between Indian and China Armies’: Eastern Army Commander

By The Wire

Eastern Army commander Lt Gen Anil Chauhan said on Thursday that the COVID-19 outbreak deepened mutual suspicions between the Indian Army and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army and the virus affected working protocols of border management.

The General Officer Commanding-in-Chief (GOC-in-C), Eastern Command, said that effective steps were taken to ensure that coronavirus does not infiltrate the units deployed along the northern borders with China.

“The COVID outbreak deepened mutual suspicions and affected working protocols for border management,” he said, adding that the Eastern Command maintained a high level of alertness and prevented any untoward incidents.

He said that medical facilities were upgraded all across the Eastern Command and hospitals were modified to deal with the new adversary – the coronavirus.

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