'India is ready if war is forced' Army Chief warns Pakistan
'India is ready if war is forced' Army Chief warns Pakistan

NEW DELHI: Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat made a veiled attack on western neighbour Pakistan on Tuesday. He said that our western neighbour was ceaselessly supporting terrorists and warned that India will achieve decisive success if war is forced on it.

Addressing the 71st Army Day Parade, General Rawat said that "If our nation is forced into a situation of war, decisive success will be ours. Rawat also said that India does not need to enhance the professional skill to handle the danger. He said, "There is a need to enhance our professional skills to deal with any danger." Referring to action taken in the wake of unending firing by Pakistani troops, he said, "We have been giving a befitting reply to the enemies on the Line of Control (LoC) that has led to heavy loss of lives and logistics."

Accusing Pakistan of helping terrorists, Army chief said that, "Not only is our neighbouring country supporting terrorism but it is also providing arms and facilitating training to terrorists. That country (Pakistan) has been included in the category of countries sponsoring terrorism. He further warned, “I warn the enemy that we will not hesitate to take heavy action in reply to what they are doing against our country.


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