There has no positive change in Military Posture of China and Pakistan on Borders, Army needs to keep pace with Changing Global Geographical Politics : PM Modi

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Srinagar, 02 April (CNI) : Announcing that India’s key opponents have not changed the borders in China and Pakistan’s military position, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the army emphasized to keep pace with global geographical politics, adding that despite military expansion on land and sea borders,India’s national security with china remains serious and Pakistan is busy inciting violence internally in Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab.

According to News agency-Current News of India (CNI),while addressing the Combined Commanders Conference in Bhopal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that There has been no positive change in the military posture of China and Pakistan on the borders.

PM Modi while emphasized on “Aatmanirbhar Bharat” or “Make in India” concept to promote the indigenization of hardware, he draw the attention of military commanders on the rapidly changing geo-politics in the world

PM Modi will urge the armed forces to attain operational synergy in light of the impending military theatre commands, he will ask the forces to remain prepared as there is no positive change on either the Indian land borders or the Indo-Pacific.

During the address, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the military situation on India’s western front is on a wait-and-watch mode despite being in a serious political and economic mess, has not let down its posture with its deep state continuing to stoke internal fires in Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir through overground separatist workers.(CNI)

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