Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Rawat guns for schools

Rawat guns for schools

"We are prepared", said Army chief General Bipin Rawat, in the backdrop of the People's Liberation Army needling India with as many as 415 "border transgressions" across the Line of Actual Control (LAC) a year ago, which also saw the 73-day face-off at Doklam and 215 other troop confrontations.

"Ceasefire violations have increased because Pakistan posts supporting terrorists are being destroyed", he said.

The army chief said India can not allow its neighbours to drift away to China.

On the question of whether China was supporting terrorists, Rawat said, "They are not supporting terrorist directly".

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"We felt that it was a change in status quo", he said adding that those large equipments have all now been withdrawn and talks through diplomatic channels are actively going on.

Taking a hard line on the education system of the state of Jammu & Kashmir, General Rawat came down strongly on government-run schools as well, claiming teachers were "misleading" students, the report said.

Speaking on the occasion General Rawat complimented DRDO and said CBRN threat is becoming a reality, particularly from the "non-state actors" and he is sure that DRDO's long-term perspective plan in conjunction and integrated perspective plan of the services must encompass development of mitigation of technologies against such CBRN threats. Chinese troops were very well equipped.

"We have focused too long on the western side", the Army chief said.

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Asked about the "pressure" being exerted on Pakistan by USA, he said: "It would be premature to say what will be the impact of the pressure". He said the road construction had been on in Doklam since 2000 but the Chinese soldiers had come close to Tosa Bala, dividing north and south Doklam in June past year just before the India-China standoff started.

The issue has been resolved through established mechanism, spokesperson in the Ministry of External Affairs Raveesh Kumar said yesterday.

Referring to the U.S. warnings to Pakistan over its handling of terrorism, he said India will have to wait and see its impact.

"Even if it would have escalated we were prepared (as) the terrain usually favours us".

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He also attacked the Madarsa institutions for incorrectly informing the students and spreading falsehood, saying, "The government needs to open more CBSE schools in the valley. But we have mechanisms in place with China to defuse any such incidents", he said.

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