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Fearing Pakistan, the Indian Army Chief admits to suffering from depression.

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Fearing Pakistan, the Indian Army Chief admits to suffering from depression.

According to media reports, the fear of Pakistan has begun to speak louder than the head of the enemy. Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund, who is in fear of Pakistan, has admitted to the media that he is currently suffering from severe mental stress. There is clear evidence that Pakistan’s fear has taken over the enemy’s head.

Talking to the media, Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund admitted that he was suffering from stress these days. It had come out of his mouth that to hide his fear, he immediately said that there is no need to be under stress. Not a bad thing, while his statement is proof that he is in fear of Pakistan nowadays because Pakistan’s armed forces have defeated the enemy on every front.

From the confessional statement of the Indian Army Chief, it can be inferred that if the Chief of Army Staff is suffering from severe mental stress, then how can these forces be mentally strong? In this regard, a few days ago, the United Service Institution of India, a joint think tank of the three forces, had revealed in its report that half of India’s 1.3 million troops are suffering from severe mental stress.

A recent report by the United Service Institution of India, a joint think tank of the three Indian Armed Forces, revealed that the main reason for the deaths of Indian soldiers in the current situation is either suicide or firing by fellow soldiers. So far, several incidents have been recorded in the Indian Army.

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