Indian Army Chief meets US Forces Commander, complains against Pakistan
NEW DELHI - General Raymond Thomas, the Commander of the US Special Operations Command, met Army chief General Bipin Rawat here Friday.
The two officers deliberated on the developing regional security environment and discussed Pakistan.
General Bipin Rawat reportedly cribbed against Pakistan.
Raymond emphasised on the need for furthering military cooperation in the field of technology and military-to-military exchanges between the two countries.
“Both the generals deliberated on the developing regional security environment, issue of global terrorism and Pakistan.
The visit of the senior US Army officer comes days after the Indian Air Force failed strike near Balakot, inside Pakistan, on February 26.
A day later Pakistan also retaliated and shot down two India jets.
The Indian strike came 12 days after the JeM outfit claimed responsibility for a suicide attack on a CRPF convoy in Kashmir, in which 40 personnel were killed.