Former Indian Army Chief VK Singh rings alarm bells for Pakistan

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Former Indian Army Chief VK Singh rings alarm bells for Pakistan

Gwalior - Former Indian Army Chief VK Singh reveals India’s secret strategy for taking over Azad Kashmir from Pakistan, but he cannot tell details in public due to sensitive nature of the issue.

Reiterating the words of Army chief General Bipin Rawat, Union Minister and former Army chief General VK Singh hit out at Pakistan and said that the government has a "special strategy" for Azad Kashmir on Thursday in Madhya Pradesh's Gwalior.

General Singh, Minister of State for Road Transport and Highways, was responding to the Army chief statement wherein General Rawat had said that the Army was always ready for action in Azad Kashmir, however, it was waiting for the Centre's order. Former Army chief said that there is a "strategy, but it cannot be disclosed in public".

Earlier on Thursday, Army chief General Rawat had sent out a strong message to Pakistan and said that the Centre has to take a decision as regards what to do in Azad Kashmir, stressing that Army is ready for any scenario.