Army chief bipin rawat takes of pakistan over terror tattacks in jammu and kashmir

Army chief bipin rawat

The army chief told the stone-bearers, like ‘terrorists’, this tough message given to Pakistan

Army chief bipin rawat attacked Pakistan on Saturday in connection with the death of a soldier’s soldier in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag. He said that Pakistan knows very well that he will never succeed in his nefarious intentions. To keep matters hot, terrorism is a different way.

Army chief bipin rawat

The Army Chief said that Pakistan wants to stop development in Jammu and Kashmir but India is a strong country. India is capable of dealing with all kinds. They warned Pakistan that India is fully capable of carrying out various military operations.

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, who was injured in the stone-raising incident in Anantnag, was killed in the murder of Rajendra Singh, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said that Rajendra Singh was stationed in the security of the road construction team. This team was building the road there. Even after this, some people tell us that we do not understand stone makers as a helpers of terrorists.



Shaheed Jawan Rajendra Singh File photo

It reported that an army soldier injured in a stone attack in Anantnag in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. Rajendra Singh, resident of Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand died on Friday during treatment. Rajendra Singh was part of the team that works to protect Border Road Organization. On Thursday, the stones attacked by Anantnag bypass on his team. In the attack, a stone placed in the head of Rajendra Singh. After this he was admitted to the hospital for treatment. But he died on Friday.

According to the army, at 8 pm on Thursday, when the army passing on an NH-44 in Anantnag, stones rained down by stones. In this attack, a stone was straight on the head of Rajendra Singh. They immediately admitted to the hospital for first aid. But due to serious injury, their condition has not improved. He died on Friday evening. Rajendra Singh was a resident of Badena village in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. He joined the army in 2016.

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