Frustrated over IOK scenario, Indian Army Chief lashes out at Pakistan with stern warning
NEW DELHI - Frustrated over Indian Occupied Kashmir scenario, Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat lashes out at Pakistan with stern warning over border ceasefires and infiltration attempts.
Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Monday informed that as many as 500 terrorists were waiting across the border to infiltrate into the Indian territory.
Speaking at the Young Leaders Training Wing program in Chennai, the Army chief said that the terror camp in Pakistan's Balakot, which was destroyed by the Indian Air Force in February to avenge the terror attack on CRPF personnel in Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir, has been 'reactivated'.
"Let me tell you, Balakot has been reactivated by Pakistan very recently. Obviously that shows that Balakot was affected and damaged and destroyed. That is why people had got away from there," Rawat said at a press conference held in Chennai on Monday, Zee News has reported.
"We know how to deal with ceasefire violations. Our troops know how to position themselves and take action. We are alert and will ensure that maximum infiltration bids are foiled," he said.