The Pakistani army said that it is "ready for war" but likes to walk on the path of peace in the interests of its people. The Pakistani army has expressed this reaction after the remarks of Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat in which he had said that "dire action" is needed to take revenge of the heinous assassination of Indian soldiers. In an interview given to 'World TV', Pakistani army spokesman Asif Gafoor said that the country has a long record of fighting terrorism and 'we know the value of peace and tranquility'.
Earlier, commenting on the recent murder of a BSF trooper and three policemen in Jammu and Kashmir, General Rawat had said in Jaipur on Saturday that the Indian soldiers should take revenge for the vandalism of the militants and the Pakistani army. Need strict action. Rawat said in a press conference here, "We need to take strict action against our soldiers to take revenge for the vandalism being done by terrorists and the Pakistani army. It's time to respond to such vandalism in their own language. I think the other side should feel the same pain. '
Should be against Pakistan
General Rawat insisted that action should be taken against Pakistan, but not in a barbaric manner. Dismissing the allegations of killing of BSF jawans by Pakistani soldiers, Gafoor said, "We have fought for peace in the past two decades. We can never do anything to tarnish any soldier. ' Gafoor said, "He (Bharat) has already blamed us for scavenging the body of a dead soldier. We are a professional army. We never do such things. '
Ready for war
The spokesman said, "We (Pakistan Army) are ready for war, but Pakistan, like neighbors and people of the region, like to walk on the path of peace and tranquility." Jubani Jung is between the two countries' army at a time when India canceled the foreign minister level talks with Pakistan in the United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York this month. General Rawat also said that whenever the Pakistani army has done something against India whenever the border has been done, Indian Army has launched successful campaigns against him.