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Saturday, January 18, 2020

Pakistan Foreign Ministry condemned CDS Bipin Rawat's statement.



Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) Bipin Rawat attended a program 'Raisina Dialogue 2020' in New Delhi on Thursday
Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) Bipin Rawat attended a program
'Raisina Dialogue 2020' in New Delhi on Thursday
New Delhi, India From time to time there is a statement coming from India and Pakistan to each other and these two countries also react to each other's statements. The Pakistan government has reacted to India's Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Bipin Rawat's statement in which he referred to running a 'deradicalization camp' to liberate youth from radicalism in the Kashmir Valley.

Pakistan's Foreign Ministry
Pakistan's Foreign Ministry
Pakistan's Foreign Ministry has termed India's Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Bipin Rawat's statement as 'highly irresponsible'. The Foreign Ministry further said "these statements reflect the extremist mindset and dangerous thinking that has spread in India".


Chief of Defense Staff Bipin Rawat Making a clear reference to Pakistan
Chief of Defense Staff Bipin Rawat Making a clear reference to Pakistan
Actually Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) Bipin Rawat attended a program named 'Raisina Dialogue 2020' in New Delhi on Thursday. Making a clear reference to Pakistan, General Rawat had said that countries promoting terrorism need to be put on the black list of the anti-terror organisation AFTF and isolated diplomatically.
Bipin Rawat said  'boys and girls of 10 to 12 years are being radicalized in Jammu and Kashmir, which is a matter of concern. And in deradicalization camps, these children can be improved gradually. deradicalization camps are already being run in India and such camps are also run in Pakistan.'

In response to this statement, the Pakistani Foreign Ministry has issued an official statement
In response to this statement, the Pakistani Foreign Ministry
 has issued an official statement
In response to this statement, the Pakistani Foreign Ministry has issued an official statement that India-administered Kashmir has already become the world's largest prison in which more than 80 lakh Kashmiris have been imprisoned since 5 August 2019. Approximately nine lakh army personnel are stationed there. The army is violating human rights there. With stricter rules like AFSPA and PSA being used and more than 13,000 Kashmiri boys being kept away from their families, Bipin Rawat's suggestion to send Kashmiri children to deradicalization camps is highly condemnable.


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