Indian army chief threatens to occupy Azad Kashmir


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New Delhi

India’s zest for war with Pakistan continues to endanger regional and global peace with the country’s army chief General Bipin Rawat now threatening military action to occupy Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
In a statement validating Islamabad’s claims that New Delhi is avidly seeking a military confrontation, India’s Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said the Indian army was ready to occupy AJK and was just waiting for a go-ahead from Narendra Modi’s government.
According to India Today, General Rawat said the next matter on the Indian army’s agenda was to take over AJK and “making it a part of India”.