People in Jammu and Kashmir are tired of terrorism as they have realised it cannot give them what they want, Army chief Bipin Rawat said.
All terror outfits have a militant and a political front and to deal with the menace of terrorism, both need to be addressed simultaneously, Rawat said.
"During the past one year, relations between China and India witnessed some twists and turns," Lu Kang said.
The opposition National Conference (NC) walked out of Jammu and Kashmir assembly protesting against Army Chief Rawat's statement on the state's educational standards.
Rawat said his force will not let anti-India activities succeed at any cost in Jammu and Kashmir and warned of stronger reaction against Pak-supported terrorism.
Army Chief Gen. Bipin Rawat said the force was ready to call Pakistan's "nuclear bluff" and cross the border to carry out any operation if asked by the government.
Bipin Rawat said it is "premature" to assess the impact of Trump's policy of putting pressure on Pak will have and India will have to continue its job of fighting terror.
Army chief Bipin Rawat said the threat of the use of CBRN weapons was becoming a "reality", particularly from "non-state actors".
Rawat said India will not allow its territory to be invaded by anyone, asserting that China may be a powerful country but India is not a weak nation either.
China did not contradict Indian Army Chief Bipin Rawat's claim that it has significantly reduced the number of troops in Doklam.
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