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Aug 13, 2019
2:30PM

If everything goes well, we will again meet Kashmiris without guns: Army Chief

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Army chief General Bipin Rawat has said that if the adversary wants to activate the LoC, that's their choice. Talking to media, on the sideline of a function in New Delhi, the Army chief said, every country does precautionary deployment and no one should get too concerned about it. He further added that as far as the Army and other services are concerned, one has to be always prepared.

On the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, he said India Army wish to have same bonhomie again which it enjoyed with people in the 70s-80s. He also said, Army was deployed in the valley, and used to meet people without guns, and if everything goes well, army will again meet without guns. 
 

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