Director General of Police RR Swain asserts that the conflict will only conclude when both sides recognize its futility, emphasizing the need to avoid further bloodshed.
In Jammu and Kashmir, the battle against militancy persists, with security forces facing losses but steadfastly refusing to retreat, according to the union territory’s Director General of Police, RR Swain, speaking in Srinagar on Monday.
Swain acknowledges the efforts to minimize losses, stating, “If the challenge is to progress despite bearing losses, we will not shy away from it,” underscoring the unwavering commitment of Jammu and Kashmir’s top police officer.
After paying respects at Srinagar’s Chatipadshai Gurdwara on Gurpurb, Swain emphasizes that the war is not yet fully concluded. He insists that the conflict will only end when both sides realize its lack of benefits, pushing for progress despite inevitable losses. Swain remains resolute, affirming, “We cannot back down from this war.”
Addressing infiltration concerns, he reveals that infiltration rates fluctuate with each snowfall, attributing it to a strategic matter not meant for public discussion.
The previous week witnessed a tragic operation in Rajouri, resulting in the loss of five army personnel, including two captains. Simultaneously, two terrorists, including a high-ranking Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) commander trained in Afghanistan, were eliminated.