Pakistan has been terrified after General Bipin Rawat issued a statement; What did he say?

The war against the terrorist nation which is ruled by a lunatic Prime Minster has intensified. After winning the diplomatic war at the United Nations General Assembly at New York, now it is the turn of Indian Army General Bipin Rawat to bash Pakistan.

Even after repeated warnings, Pakistan has not stopped its habit of pushing terrorists to Indian soil.  On Sunday, four terrorists-who had plans to carry out a Uri style attck- were killed by the security forces who had.

“The surgical strikes were a message we wanted to communicate. I think they have understood. If the adversary does not behave, and it is required, we can conduct such operations again. We can repeat them, if not in the same form and shape. Terrorists will keep on coming from across the border. We are ready to welcome them and kill them”, these were the words of Indian Army General Bipin Rawat.

He further said that India is a strong nation and can conduct surgical strikes as and when required. This talks about the preparedness of Indian Army under the leadership of General Bipin Rawat. He also said that terror launch pads are still active in Pakistan and surgical strikes are necessary to eliminate them.

He gave this statement after the launch ceremony of the book ‘India’s Most Fearless’. The book has inspirational stories of modern-day heroes from the three armed forces. What is more fascinating of this book is that it includes the warriors who conducted surgical strikes on Myanmar and across the LoC.

Pakistan has been named and shamed by India in global platform. So its decade old trick of blaming India for false reason had totally failed.

It has been almost a year after the surgical strike was carried out which had eliminated several dozens of Pakistani soldeirs and terrorists. The embarrassed Pakistan had denied the surgical strikes but the then Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said that “Pakistan is in a state of coma just like anyone is after surgery”. The strikes were carried out by the Special Forces of the army who had crossed the LoC.

Hansika Raj