If something goes wrong in India, whether planned by Pakistan or NOT, Indian Army to hit back at Pakistan: Indian Army Chief
ISLAMABAD - If something goes wrong in India, whether planned by Pakistan or NOT, Indian Army to hit back at Pakistan, Said Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat.
Army chief General Bipin Rawat has said that Pakistan is worried that if something goes wrong in India then India will retaliate. In an exclusive interview with The Print, the Army chief General spoke about several issues, including Line of Control, Pakistan, and the current situation of Kashmir.
India’s first Chief of Defence Staff said that Pakistan isn’t ascertained that what would happen next. He said Islamabad knows if something goes wrong in India, whether planned by Pakistan or not, India will hit back.
He said that it is good that uncertainty prevails in Pakistan. Let them also remain under some kind of fear — don’t think you can get away with impunity. We have given a message that we will hit back and faster,” The Print quoted him saying.
He further noted that both the countries have moved some troops along the LoC as a precautionary measure.
Speaking on the Pulwama attack, which claimed lives of over 40 CRPF jawans, Rawat said that Pulwama became a big issue because a large number of jawans lost their lives. he said that if the bus had only five people, it would not have become this big.