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Won't let any attempt to change status quo along India's border to succeed, says Gen Naravane

Won't let any attempt to change status quo along India's border to succeed, says Gen Naravane
New Delhi, January 15 The Indian Army's message is clear that it will not let any attempt to unilaterally change the status quo along the country's borders succeed, Army Chief Gen MM Naravane said on

New Delhi, January 15 The Indian Army's message is clear that it will not let any attempt to unilaterally change the status quo along the country's borders succeed, Army Chief Gen MM Naravane said on Saturday.Referring to the Eastern Ladakh standoff, Gen Naravane said that to keep the situation under control the 14th round of military-level talks was held between India and China recently.Gen Naravane said that on the basis of mutual and equal security, efforts would continue to find a solution to the current situation."Our patience is a sign of our self-confidence, but no one should make the mistake of testing it," Gen Naravane said.

Army Day is observed on January 15 to mark Field Marshall KM Cariappa taking over as the first Indian Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army, replacing his British predecessor in 1949."Our message is clear, the Indian Army won't let any attempt to unilaterally change status quo along country's borders to succeed.

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