Army Chief Naravane asserts that Pangong Tso disengagement has been honoured from both India and China

Army Chief General MM Naravane on Wednesday asserted that Pangong Tso disengagement has been honoured from both India and China. In an interview to a news channel, General Naravane said, There has been no movement in any areas where both the sides have been disengaged. He said there were around 1,800 oxygen beds in the military hospitals in the middle of April But The number has now increased to around 4,000. Army Chief also said Army has doubled the number of oxygen plants to 42. General Naravane said, as far as the force preservation is concerned, all those instructions that has been passed last year, were again brought into effect for this year also. He said the number of Covid cases in the army has also shown a downtrend after the initial surge.


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