Army chief's comment on teaching method in J&K irks minister

Army chief's comment on teaching method in J&K irks minister

"There are two flags in the state, we have J&K constitution and India's constitution also".

Dr Faisal told the Indian diplomat that despite calls for restraint, India continued to indulge in ceasefire violations.

It is reported that for the schools to be fully operational, it might take more than three to four years. Pakistan is sending messages regularly to return to the ceasefire.

He said both India and China were very keen on having a hotline between the Indian Army's Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) and the Chinese officer holding similar position.

This year, the Army will launch operations in some districts of North Kashmir including Pattan, Kupwara and Sopore.

Pakistan Army troops initiated unprovoked firing on Indian posts from across the border in the Sunderbani sector, prompting the Indian troops guarding the LoC to retaliate strongly and effectively, an Army spokesman said.

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The ISPR chief said Pakistan considers its nuclear capability to be a "weapon of deterrence" and not an option for war, according to a statement issued by the military's media wing.

"We will call the [nuclear] bluff of Pakistan".

He asked Gen. Rawat to do "his job well". "It would be too premature to start saying that everything is going to be hunky-dory". General Rawat said in the press conference held in New Delhi. "There are some vulnerable areas in the northern front but we are keeping our eyes and ears open".

"Indian army chief Bipin Rawat should remember that his army and forces have used every brutal means to suppress Kashmiri voices for freedom but have and will fail in defeating Kashmiri sentiments and passion for freedom because defeating peoples sentiments is not possible", he said.

"We are examining various dimensions of the proposal", he said. However, he maintained that the military engagement with these nations was of great honour. "But they might be supporting psychologically by not recognizing Masood Azhar as a global terrorist". "If the borders are protected, the incidents of violence will come down", he said. "We have focused on the western border for two decades".

Significantly, heightened border monitoring and aerial surveillance by the Indian security forces has further forced Pakistan's notorious Border Action Team (BAT) to shelve its plan to carry out lethal sniper attacks targeting the Indian troops and border outposts.

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