Pakistan’s outgoing army chief Sharif issues warning to India There have been rising tensions in Kashmir
Eastern Eye Staff
PAKISTAN’S outgoing military chief warned India today (29) it would be dangerous to mistake his country’s “restraint” over recent tensions in Kashmir for weakness, as he handed over power to his successor. General Raheel Sharif spoke at a ceremony welcoming the incoming chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa at a stadium at army headquarters in the garrison city of Rawalpindi, adjacent to the capital Islamabad. “Unfortunately, in recent months, increasing state terrorism in (Indian) occupied Kashmir, and India’s aggressive steps have put the region’s peace in danger,” Sharif said. “I want to make it clear to India that considering our policy…
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