Lt Gen DP Pandey, General Officer Commanding (GOC) of the Srinagar-based Army’s 15 Corps, said on Wednesday that after a new ceasefire agreement was signed between India and Pakistan in February this year, people will visit Bandipur. Gurez is living in the valley without any fear. .
“The environment of Gurez Valley is very peaceful now as a new ceasefire agreement was signed between India and Pakistan in February this year,” Pandey said.
An army officer said that an annual training camp has been organized with 3 J-K BN NCC at Gurez on Wednesday.
Pandey said, “The people of Gurez, both men and women, are living without any fear today. And I am happy that a large number of people from Kashmir and outside are enjoying the camp in Gurez.”
In addition, Pandey praised the beauty of the Gurez Valley and urged people to explore its virgin places. “I was posted here in 1998 and Gurez is one of the most beautiful places in the world. I urge people from across the country to come and visit the Valley.”
While ensuring peace in the Gurez Valley and inviting tourists to the place, the GOC said, “We will ensure that a good amount of peace is maintained and a safe environment is maintained so that more and more people come and enjoy the beauty of the place.” Take it.”