Brigadier Bedi Mishra made sensational remarks that the army should be ready for any consequences along the borders. He addressed a military meeting of the 14th Battalion of the Rajput Regiment in Changlang District. Speaking on the occasion, Bedi Mishra said that if the country had strong leadership in 1962, India would not have faced aggression from China. The governor suggested that the country should never reduce its defense. “If India had strong leadership in 1962, the war against China would not have suffered setbacks. Now the field level equations have changed. India is one of the most powerful armed forces in the world. However, we must not reduce our guards. Every soldier must be prepared for any consequences on our borders.” Said. He said the Center, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was always concerned for the welfare of the soldiers. “There seems to be a radical change in the attitude of the government towards the security forces. Now the top political leadership is very concerned about the well-being of the security personnel,” he said. Staff were advised to maintain discipline and discipline themselves. Also, he called for sharing friendly relations with the citizens. ‘If the people in uniform are determined, they will succeed in all their endeavors,’ the governor stressed. He lauded the skill of the 14th Battalion and the soldiers. Bedi Mishra served as a regimental commander in the 1965 Indo-Pak war.