Following the Uri attacks, the tension between India and Pakistan have worsened and India is upfront to seal the Indo-Pak border to safeguard the interest of India and the lives of its defense personnel.
“The MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs) has set a target to seal the Indo-Pakistan border by December 2018. The action plan is time bound.” Said India’s Home Minister, Rajnath Singh.
The Home Minister told that there will be proper monitoring of the action plan and he will ensure nothing goes against the plan to seal the Indo-Pak border by Dec 21, 2018.
“There is a new concept keeping in mind border security, which is the border security grid. Border security related stakeholders will be part of it. In the meeting, the state governments gave their suggestions and based on this the border security grid will be given final shape,” Singh added on his meeting to focus on monitoring mechanism and to complete the plan within the deadline
Carefully monitoring will be done at riverine locations such as Sir Creek and advanced technological solutions will be introduced to sealing the border and halt terror activities that keeps brewing on the different side of the border.
Punjab’s Deputy Chief Minster brought attention to the land of famers across the border, and the problem of drugs and arm smuggling that’s weakening Punjab’s youth and damaging the entire image of the state.
On the other side, Rajasthan CM Vasundra Raje also drew attention to some serious issues including one integrated Check Post to establish at Muunabao to provide more security and protection in case of emergency.
The aftermath of Uri and Baramulla attack will lead to serious consequences because India is not in the mood to stay silent.
Mr. Singh requested all the citizens to have faith in the armed forces that’s safeguarding the nation with their lives on the stake.