Indian Army: Make sure the youth do not admit to the army in Kashmir: Army chief



PATHANKOT: Army chief Bipin Rawat said Monday, while government policy is that the terrorist attacks in Kashmir should be neutralized, that the army is focusing on keeping minors from Kashmir out of militancy.

The Chief of the Army said the infiltration had taken place throughout the control line in Jammu and Kashmir.

"The government has a clear policy of not allowing the terrorists to create violence, anyone who creates violence will be neutralized," he told reporters.

Rawat, who was on a two-day visit to Pathankot, chaired a group of disabled soldiers here.

"Our goal is terrorists in the valley. The primary objective of the army is to ensure that young boys do not participate in militants," he said.

Rawat said the army's goal is to approach the youth family and tell them they can ask the youth to give up because they still have a chance.

"If people continue to behave and continue with violence, then the alternative has gone (with us) to neutralize them," said the army chief.

He asked if India respects the policy of "tit-for-tat" against Pakistan, which resulted in many casualties, said Rawat that politics is constantly changing.

"We see we have to continue to change politics … We are still doing something else, we have to rethink it so we can keep it from the adversary," he said, adding that it must be more than tit-for-tat politics.

He said that what the Indian army did after the ship was not put into public space and that they are doing more than Pakistan.

"We do not want to bleed the trumpet, or they do something good at any time." Whenever they do something, they are responsive, they have no initiative, they know we are strong and can be a strong action, "he said.

On the Bomdila incident in Arunachal Pradesh

The army chief said he was questioning the incident in Bomdila in Arunachal Pradesh and would act against the guilty.

On November 2, a group of soldiers allegedly abused civilians and police personnel at the Buddha Mahotsav celebrations in the Bomdila area of ​​West Kameng, officials said.

The local station officer stepped in and two soldiers were taken to the police station. Then some soldiers vandalized the Bomdila police station, attacked police officers and civilians, they said.

"If we find guilty guilty, we will fight against them," said Rawat here, answering the question of how he is proceeding against the Jawan.

Ministers Unir Nirmala Sitharaman and Kiren Rijiju on Wednesday reviewed the situation.

On Sunday, Rijiju said the army and the police should respect each other.


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