INDIAN Army Chief General Bipin Rawat's statement on Friday that his country will handle China's growing assertiveness and has stepped up patrols on their disputed border to head off more standoffs is yet another manifestation of New Delhi's aggressive and provocative posture.
"There are two flags in the state, we have J&K constitution and India's constitution also".
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif said that India may test Pakistan's resolve if that is what it wishes to do.
Pakistan's Foreign Office called the Indian army chief's statement the representation of a sinister mindset that has taken hold of India.
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A senior minister of Jammu and Kashmir government on Saturday advised Army chief General Bipin Rawat to confine his role to security related issues and not make "unnecessary comments beyond its constitutional mandate".
China, despite its economic and military might, has never threatened any country especially its neighbours but India has disputes, tension and issues with nearly all countries of the region and it is always on the lookout of opportunities to browbeat them. "[This] amounts to an invitation for a nuclear encounter", he tweeted.
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.
He said Pakistan's nuclear technology was only to fight the menace of eastern border (along India).
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Pakistan Army spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor warned of response if India undertook any misadventure.
He was responding to a question during a press conference on the possibility of Pakistan using its nuclear weapons in case the situation along the border deteriorates. "We will have to call their nuclear bluff", Gen Rawat was quoted as saying.
"Separatism would not be anywhere" if army does its job well, he said.
"Perhaps he (Army chief) knows it and I know it very well", he said. "The general's doubt would swiftly be removed, inshallah", he said on Twitter.
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Explaining the difficulties faced in conducting operations in South Kashmir, the Army chief said all the four districts of this region are urbanised.