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Mensaje por Charlie319 el Lun Ene 14, 2013 2:46 pm

Tipicamente la administracion actual no ha puesto enfasis en la relacion Indo-Pakistani. Sin embargo, estos dos paises llevan decadas en tension y los recientes hechos pueden ser el detonante para un conflicto alli.

Beheading of Indian soldiers 'unpardonable' act, says Army chief General Bikram Singh
Angry at the beheading of Indian soldier on Line of Control, Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh today issued a clear warning to Pakistan saying India reserves the right to retaliate at the "time and place" of its choosing.

India lodges strong protest over beheading of soldier

Talking tough over the January 8 incident in Mendhar area of Jammu and Kashmir, he said the beheading was "unacceptable" and "most unpardonable" and the troops would respond immediately, aggressively and offensively if provoked.

Beheaded soldier Hemraj's family threatens to fast to death unless Army Chief Bikram Singh visits

Slamming Pakistan for planting lies to justify the "pre-meditated and pre-planned" cross-LoC attack, he said Pakistan army's commando unit SSG had carried out the assault.

He did not rule out the possibility of Lashker-e-Toiba terrorists providing help to Pakistan army in the assault in which two Indian soldiers were killed, one of them beheaded.

"It (beheading of Lance Naik Hemraj) is unacceptable and unpardonable. It is barbaric. It defies all logic. It is against the very rules of engagement. It is against the ethics of soldiering... We are annoyed," the Army Chief said addressing a press conference on the eve of Army Day.

He revealed that Pakistani army had beheaded two Indian soldiers earlier also. "Yes, this has happened. We cannot conceal this fact," he said when asked whether two jawans of Kumaon regiment had been beheaded by Pakistani army over a year back.

Asserting that the Pakistani army "needs to be accountable", he said, "we reserve the right to retaliate at the time and place of our choosing."

Replying to a volley of questions during the nearly two-hour interaction, Gen Singh said he expected the Indian commanders "to be aggressive and offensive in the face of provocation. I don't expect my commanders to be timid... We shall not be passive when fire at. Therefore, when fired at, when provoked, we shall respond."

He said that there was prima facie some "tactical error" on part of the Indian army unit involved and "corrective measures" will be taken.

"At the strategic arena, what is of consequence and has hurt us is the behading of our soldiers. That is something which we will not tolerate and we will give a strong message. This has been conveyed by the government," Gen Singh said.

At the same time, he discounted the possibility of the skirmish leading to full-fledged war and was dismissive of Pakistan's nuclear blackmail, saying it had no relation to the local conflict.

"These are localised operations and would be dealt with as per our Standard Operating Procedures," the Army Chief said.

To questions about retrieving Hemraj's head from Pakistan, he said the issue will be taken up strongly at diplomatic level as also military level, including the Brigadier-level Flag meeting today.

"Let us see if the Pakistan army heeds to our protests and complies with it... We will have to pressurise them to give the head back," he said, while noting that India never indulges in such inhuman behaviour.

On the repeated violations of the border ceasefire that has been in place since November 2003, he put the onus on Pakistan for its maintenance.

"We will uphold the ceasefire as long as the adversary (Pakistan) does," he said, while asserting that Indian troops had never violated the agreement as claimed by Pakistan.

"Pakistani army needs to be accountable. It should respect civil control which it has not been doing," he said.

Rejecting Pakistan's contention that its action was in retaliation to Indian attack on January six, Gen Singh said, "They (Pakistan) have planted lies to justify what they have done."

Maintaining that Pakistani army was "poised for this operation" much in advance, he said such an attack requires preparation of at least 15 days, including recce, and cannot be launched in just two days.
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