Beyond any doubt, the valour of our jawans is unmatched and can stand any test. The Indian Army has always come out with flying colours irrespective of the nature of the challenge it has been assigned. Considering the volatile situation across the world especially south-east Asia and terrorism related threats, the Indian peninsula is bound to face enemies from sea, land and off-course through air and it has no scope to be reluctant as far as lethargy in preparedness against the enemy is concerned. At no point of time since partition in 1947 and even before, the jawans of our army had ever shown coward attitude. This characteristic has made them part of armies which always bagged victories whenever and wherever they have gone and fought. Whether war tactics, bravery, humbleness or steadfastness, Indian Army Jawans are second to none but lately, it has been seen that enemy nation on the western border of the country through her crook behaviour has been indulging in cowardly attacks martyring our gallant soldiers thus irking the army and the entire nation. It is the time for the think tank of our government especially those dealing with defence related matters to change the strategy along borders with Pakistan to ensure that causality of our jawans and officers is minimised as the same leads to certain cumulative affects including demoralisation of fellow personnel, loss to bereaved families, etc. Maximum use of technology at the borders to watch and control the enemy could be one of the steps to reduce this grave loss of the nation. Providing latest training by roping in armies having expertise in defence related tactical combat processes with special focus on containing fatalities is the need of the hour and needs immediate attention of those conceiving and materialising the roadmap for ensuring security of nation at the borders as the soldier is the real asset of the nation and ensuring his/her security ensures safety of the nation.
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