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Vice Prez Naidu talks tough, warns neighbouring country of dire consequences
After losing proxy war in Kashmir, Pak resorting to provocation
9/7/2019 11:29:53 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Sep 7: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu in a veiled warning to Pakistan has said that if it indulges in any misadventure, India will give a befitting reply.
"India has been acting with restrain despite grave provocation but it attacked will give a reply, the aggressive will be unable to forget", Naidu said in apparent reference to Pakistan.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "During the past few years India's policy has changed. A long with zero tolerance to terrorism, the policy zero tolerance to aggression has also been adopted."
He said, "Pakistan has been fighting a proxy war in Jammu and Kashmir for the past 30 years and has been claiming that Kashmir is a jugular vein. Now it is running short of ideas as it stands defeated."
An observer said, "The tough posture of Indian leaders have created ripples within Pakistan and they realised that their one wrong step could put their entire country in a grave risk."
He said that since the day Jammu and Kashmir has been reorganised, Pakistani leaders led by their Prime Minister Imran Khan have been issuing provocative statements to keep the pot boiling.
"Imran Khan has threatened even more Pulwama like attacks. But if any terror outfit back by Pakistan, even thinks about carrying out Pulwama like attacks, it could put the existence of Pakistan at stake," said the observer.
He said, "30 years is a long time and people are fed up of the proxy war being fuelled by Pakistan in J&K. The time has come to take decisive actions against the terror infrastructure and the terrorist in Pakistan occupied Kashmir."
It is in place to mention here that General Officer Commanding (GoC) of Srinagar Based Chinar Corps Lt General Kanwal Jeet Singh Dhillon by while addressing a press conference in Srinagar recently state that launching pads across the line of control (LoC) are filled with the terrorist and they making desperate attempts to sneak into this side.
A defence analyst said, "During the past one month it has become clear that Pakistan won't mend its way and is resorting to grave provocation. The warning given by the Vice President Naidu is a clear indication that the country is also ready take bull buy its horn and won't tolerate any misadventure. During the past few days the top commanders of Army including Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has visited forwards posts in frontier area and has reviewed operational preparedness."
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