Defence and Security

Defending our defence posts

Dec 3, 2016
By Anil Chowdhry
Pathankot in the Punjab, a strategic IAF base, Uri, a sensitive Army post in the Kashmir Valley, both close to the Pakistan border, and now Nagrota, a major base of the Indian Army deep inside the Jammu region close to Jammu city, all were attacked by Islamic terrorist groups which penetrated, the inner-most security cordons.
The attacks took a heavy toll of lives of our brave young officers and jawans. How these terrorists, armed to the teeth, were able to dodge the security rings to get inside the officers mess and family quarters remains a big mystery. A report submitted by the high-level tri-Services Committee, headed by Lt Gen (retd.) Philip Campose, went into the security lapses leading to the shocking attack on Pathankot.
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The tribune, December 3, 2016

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