The Army on Sunday said the security circumstance in the Kashmir valley is taken care of and there isn’t anything to stress over the aftermath of the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan.
The General Officer Commanding of the Army’s 15 Corps, otherwise called the Chinar Corps, Lieutenant General D P Pandey, said this to columnists uninvolved of an occasion in Srinagar.
“This is a jungle gym and I would prefer not to remark about the outcasts. Yet, recollect, the security circumstance here is in our control and there isn’t anything to stress over it,” he said, answering to an inquiry on the difficulties for the security foundation in Kashmir in the wake of Afghanistan’s takeover by the Taliban.
The GOC was the main visitor at the last match of the Kashmir Premier League cricket competition, which was played at the Sher-e-Kashmir arena.
Lt Gen Pandey engaged the adolescents in the valley to zero in on sports and trusted that Kashmir will deliver an Olympic gold medallist like Neeraj Chopra later on.
“Today, National Sports Day is being praised and there couldn’t have been an extraordinary day for this last than today. I make a move to interest the young to zero in on each game and not cricket so god willing, a Neeraj Chopra goes to the front from here,” he said.
The Army official said sports shows discipline and the young people of Jammu and Kashmir, who have a great deal of ability, should utilize it to acquire a name for themselves.
He requested them to gain from the example of overcoming adversity from previous Indian cricketer Yusuf Pathan, who was likewise present on the event.
“Like you and me, he (Mr Pathan) rose from a little town and came to here with his diligent effort. I’m certain every one of you will gain from him and push ahead to turn out to be productive members of society, great athletes with full teach and procure a name for the country,” he said.
Addressing columnists, Mr Pathan said there is a great deal of ability in Jammu and Kashmir.
“I discovered that from Irfan (Pathan, Yusuf’s sibling who was roped in by the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association as a player-cum-coach for the cricket crew of the Union Territory). A few young men were chosen and played in the IPL also. This is a decent sign that there is ability is here. The manner in which the Army has coordinated the competition, which has been played by 200 groups, it is worth appreciation and it will energize the ability,” he said.
Mr Pathan said the Army is striving to support young people and its endeavors will bear natural products.