Army Chief hints at retaliation for soldiers’ alleged beheading by Pakistan

Army Chief hints at retaliation for soldiers’ alleged beheading by Pakistan

New Delhi: The Indian Army does not reveal plans before executing them, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said on Thursday, indicating possible retaliation to the Pakistan military allegedly beheading two Indian soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir.
Replying to a volley of questions on whether the army will respond to the act, Rawat, without giving a direct reply, said the armed forces will effectively respond to such actions by the neighbouring country.
“We do not talk about future plans beforehand. We share details after execution of the plan,” Gen Rawat said, refusing to elaborate further.
Pressed further, he said “When this kind of action takes place, we also carry out retaliatory action”. He was speaking to reporters on the sidelines of an event in New Delhi. (Agencies)

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