Army express concern over youth joining terror groups

Army express concern over youth joining terror groups

Army express concern over youth joining terror groups

The army on Wednesday indirectly asked politicians not to communalise martyrs, a day after AIMIM president and MP Asaduddin Owaisi stated that five out of seven soldiers killed in the Sunjuwan military camp attack were Muslims.

"The enemy is frustrated and is trying to attack the softer targets". Rs 364 crore spent since the Uri attack to upgrade our security of the camps we have small units all across the country. "We need to address this trend".

Meanwhile, Lt Gen Devraj Anbu has issued a fresh warning, saying more than 300 militants are waiting across the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan to infiltrate into India.

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Describing Hizbul Mujahideen, Jaish-e-Muhammad and Lashkar-e-Taiba as "one tanzeem [group]", the Army commander expressed concern over youngsters, especially in the age group of 20 to 30, joining the terror outfits. According to a leading daily, Owaisi had said, "Those who call Indian Muslims Pakistani should learn something from this".

"We (Muslims) are giving our lives but the terrorists are killing us too as they are not discriminating anybody on the basis of religion".

Swamy's rhetorical poser to Owaisi was the latest in a stream of backlash the AIMIM chief has faced for underscoring the fact that five of the six Armymen who laid down their lives in the Sunjuwan attack were Kashmiri Muslims. It should be a lesson to those questioning the loyalty of Muslims and calling them Pakistani, he had said. They are considering us Indians. "While immediately behind the borders we have strengthened ourselves and we are very well prepared, it picked up soft targets", he said.

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"Those making statements don't know the Army well", General Officer Commanding-in-Chief Northern Command Lt. Gen. Devraj Anbu told reporters.

He also blamed social media for acting as a catalyst in brewing militancy.

The army commander of the strategically-important Northern Command, which looks after the borders from Ladakh to Jammu, maintained that the force would continue with its endeavour of ensuring zero infiltration.

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"The government has also came up with certain funds and I am sure we will be able not only to have a physical fence but also technology assist it", he said.

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