Indian Armed Forces Morale Is “Very High”, Troops Ready To Sacrifice Their Lives For The Nation As In The Past, ITB Head SS Deswal Head Said Sunday As Military Deadlock With China Continued in Ladakh.
ITBP Director General (DG) said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Ladakh and his speech to the troops in Nimu “have boosted the morale of all forces at the border.”
“Full national leadership, political leadership, and forces and jawans … they are dedicated to the nation.
“They are dedicated to border security and the morale of all forces, be it the Indian army, the air force or the ITBP, is very high,” SS Deswal told reporters in margin of an event to inaugurate a COVID care center with more than 10,000 beds. center.
The lieutenant-governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal, inaugurated the installation for which the force trained in mountain warfare is the nodal agency.
The government of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the national capital and volunteers from the religious sect of Radha Soami Beas have teamed up to manage the “Sardar Patel COVID health center” located in the south of the Chattarpur region of Delhi.
SS Deswal said that the personnel of the armed forces had sacrificed their life in the exercise of their functions in the past and that they were ready to dedicate their life to the nation in the future also.
Speaking of the facility, he said that the team of force doctors and paramedics is “capable” of treating a large number of patients because they have experience managing the first quarantine center for coronaviruses. from the country created by the ITBP in the Chhawla region of the national capital as well as the treatment of police personnel infected with the virus at the Central Armed Forces Central Police (CAPF) referral hospital in Greater Noida.
The Indo-Tibetan border police (ITBP) are mainly responsible for guarding the actual control line (LAC) of 3,488 km with China on the eastern flank of the country and their troops are present, with the army, to counter the Chinese forces during the ongoing deadlock in the Galwan Valley region east of Ladakh and other places.
The force inducted around 30 new companies (about 3,000 people) to reinforce its personnel at various locations along the LAC for the confrontation with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China.