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Indian DGMO: Will continue to retaliate to acts of provocation: Indian DGMO to Pakistani counterpart | India News

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NEW DELHI: The Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) of India Lt Gen AK Bhatt on Monday warned his Pakistani counterpart Major Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza that the Indian Army would continue to retaliate to “provocative acts of aggression” from its neighbour.

“Indian Army will continue to take all retaliatory measures as well as retain the right to punitively respond to such provocative acts of aggression from Pak side in future too,” Bhatt said.

He also rejected Pakistan’s allegations that Indian security forces had resorted to unprovoked firing along the Line of Control (LoC).

The exchange between the two sides came during unscheduled talks over the hotline, at Islamabad’s behest.

Rejecting Pakistan’s allegations, Bhatt asserted that the Indian Army only conducted retaliatory firing against the Pakistan Army’s unabated support to the infiltration and
targeting of Indian posts+
.

The Indian DGMO, in fact, reiterated that the “Indian Army will continue efforts to ensure peace and tranquillity on the borders.”

He further emphasised that the Indian Army maintains “impeccable” standards of professionalism and does not target civilians.

Instead, he accused Pakistan of employing civilians at the forward posts and using them to gain information of the Indian side’s locations, and to provide “guides to the terrorists” crossing the LoC.

Earlier this year, too, Bhatt had warned Mirza that the Indian Army “reserved the right to appropriately” hit back at all ceasefire violations.


(With inputs from PTI)

Updated: October 30, 2017 — 6:34 pm

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