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Indian Army chief Bipin Rawat threaten again Pakistan

NEW DELHI: Last week, Bipin Rawat- the Indian army chief General and RKS Bhadauria- the Indian air force head Air Chief Marshal threatened Pakistan with the war hysteria and strikes once again on the occupied Kashmir.

As indicated by a report by Indian day by day The Times of India, it was said by the top Indian authority that Indian soldiers would go over the Line of Control, referencing a dubious strike in Balakot that Pakistan claims just shelled a few trees.

In light of an inquiry concerning the utilization of atomic weapons, General Rawat said when asked about the use of nuclear weapons that, atomic weapons were not weapons of war battling, and that those broadcasting they would utilize them in ordinary fighting were not in a correct perspective.

“They are not weapons for war battling. I think that its hard to fathom when somebody broadcasts he will utilize them for customary war battling or on the off chance that he is assaulted. Will the world network ever enable you to utilize atomic weapons like this?,” he addressed, as indicated by TOI.

Prior in September, it had been said by the Indian air force chief Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria that the Indian air force was good to go against Pakistan and had acquired the new Rafale airplane in this unique situation.

“Rafale is an entirely potential aircraft, when we enlist it, it will be a distinct advantage as far as our operational capacity. It will give us an edge over Pakistan and China,” Bhadauria disclosed to Indian media in the wake of taking over as Indian air force chief a month ago.

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