Terror camps still functional: Army Chief on Pak's seriousness against terrorism

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Published on March 30, 2021 - Duration: 03:15s

Terror camps still functional: Army Chief on Pak's seriousness against terrorism

Army Chief General MM Naravane in an exclusive interview to ANI said that terror camps and infrastructure still exist on other side of LoC.

He said that for terrorism to come down, the camps have to get dismantled and it's only possible when snow melts.

"We will come to know how serious Pakistan is about dismantling terror infrastructure for putting people across," he said.


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