Indian Army Chief again ups the ante against Pakistan
NEW DELHI: Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has agained up the anti against Pakistan.
He has questioned whether Prime Minister Imran Khan’s proposal for peace was supported by the entire establishment of Pakistan, reported *Times of India* link .
The Indian army chief’s comments come as the war of words get heated after India refused a peace overture by Pakistan a day after agreeing to it.
During an interview, the Indian army chief questioned the potency of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s peace proposal extended to Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier this week saying, “When Imran Khan came to power in Pakistan, he tried to send some messages of peace. But whether the entire establishment in Pakistan wants this peace is what we have to understand.” “There seems to be some kind of variation in what is being uttered, what is being spoken about and what we’re seeing in action on the ground. I think there is disharmony between the two,” Gen Rawat said.
He said that though Islamabad has time and again maintained that its soil is not being used for terror activities, however, the commitment has failed to transpire on the ground.