Northern Army Commander Lieutenant General YK Joshi today said that the ceasefire understanding between India and Pakistan is being followed in "letter and spirit" by both sides, but asserted that the Indian Army is not letting its guard down "even for one bit" along the border in Jammu and Kashmir.
"The Ceasefire Understanding (CFU) reached on 25 February, 2021 has sustained since then and both sides (India-Pak) are abiding by the arrangement in letter and spirit," he told news agency PTI.
Lieutenant General YK Joshi said the Pakistan Army at present seems to be committed to ensuring peace and tranquility along the Line of Control (LoC), but added, "We want to assure our countrymen that we are not letting our guard down even for one bit."
"The present situation is a reflection of our nation's behaviour as a responsible member of the comity of nations where we have displayed maturity, restraint and humanitarian outlook during the trying times of Covid pandemic," he said.
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