Indian Army Chief mulls preparation to take over Azad Kashmir with full force, Awaits PM Modi’s orders
NEW DELHI - Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat threatens to take over Azad Kashmir with full force in a big warning to Pakistan.
Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Thursday said that the Centre has to take a decision as regards what to do in Pakistani Kashmir, stressing that Army is ready for any scenario, Zee News has reported.
General Rawat noted that Army was just waiting for government's order. "The government takes action in such matters. Institutions of the country will work as per the orders of the government. The Army is always ready," said Rawat.
Talking about Jammu and Kashmir, Army Chief General Rawat said people of the region must help the Army in maintaining peace and security in the region. He added that Kashmiris have been bearing the brunt of terrorism for many years now and they should give one chance to the government to bring peace and development in the region.
On Tuesday, Union minister Jitendra Singh had said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre is now aiming to retrieve parts of Pakistan Kashmir and make them a part of India. "Next agenda is retrieving parts of Pakistan Jammu and Kashmir and making it a part of India.
It is not only my party's commitment, but it was also part of a unanimously passed resolution of the Parliament in 1994. This was passed by the Congress-led government of Narasimha Rao," Singh had said.