Indian Army chief warns Pak of another surgical strike

Indian Army chief warns Pak of another surgical strike
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New Delhi: Indian Army chief, General Bipin Rawat, on Monday warned Pakistan that ‘surgical strikes’ across the Line of Control (LoC) could be repeated, if necessary, seeking to send a stern message to Pakistan.
He said cross-border infiltration will continue because camps across the Line of Control were still operational, and warned that Indian Army was ready to “keep dispatching them to their graves”.
“The strike was a message we wanted to communicate to them and they have understood what we mean…that things could follow up, if required,” Rawat said.
He was speaking at the launch of a book: India’s Most Fearless.
Responding to a question by reporters on infiltration attempts, Rawat said, “Terrorists will keep coming because the (terror) camps are operational there (across the LoC). Even we are ready. We will keep receiving them (infiltrators) to dispatch them two-and-a-half feet below the ground.”

 

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