Army Chief General Bipin Rawat blamed the "corrupted education system" of Jammu and Kashmir for spreading an anti-India propaganda in its schools. However, there could be some movement once the winter months are over.
"The PLA has occupied the northern Doklam area. We returned to our side on the watershed and the Chinese moved by an equal distance", he said. Emphasising that India should focus on its northern borders, Rawat said China is a powerful country but India is not a weak nation. Why are they taking risks? The development of infrastructure needs to be stepped up, and requirement of systems met.
Rawat, who was talking to reporters, said that minor construction continues to take place in Doklam but past year the face-off happened because it saw personnel from the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) moving in large amount of equipment.
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The chief of Army staff refused to comment on the impact of the United States' decision to suspend military aid to Pakistan, saying that "we will have to wait and see".
Since the killing of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani in July 2016, Indian Army's counter-terrorism activities were focussed primarily in the four urban districts of south Kashmir.
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The Indian army chief earlier claimed that India must be prepared for a potential two-front war with China and Pakistan as reconciliation with the latter looked bleak. Though the government is dealing with China in a holistic manner, with the diplomatic engagement "going well", India should take care to ensure its neighbours like Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Myanmar, Bhutan and Afghanistan "do not drift away" from it. "They (Pakistan) are feeling the pain", he said.
"We will call the (nuclear) bluff of Pakistan. Already, Pakistan has suffered 3-4 times higher casualties due to the retaliatory action following the ceasefire violation", he said in his annual media briefing ahead of Army Day.
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