Sunday, January 24, 2021

Pakistani Army Using Social Media To Lure Kashmiri Youths To Pick Guns: Indian General

Pakistan Army is using social media sites to provoke Kashmiri youths to pick guns and join militancy. India’s top general, Lt Gen Ranbir Singh raised concern about Pakistan Army ploy of disturbing peace in the Kashmir valley through the exploitation of youth via social media platforms.

Separatist Ask Amnesty, Red Cross To Press Indian Govt To Drop Sedition Charge Against Kashmiri Students?

India’s top general stated that the PoK and Pakistan territory accommodate terrorists. Pakistan is affecting Kashmiri people’s opinion to disrupt peace in the valley. Indian Lt General Ranbir Singh emphasised saying, “It is a matter of concern for us. We are seized of this concern.”

The general put light on the fact that the Pakistani army is making use of social media to reach Kashmiri youth and compelling them to join militancy.“Radicalization is not only a concern in India but a global concern,” Singh said.

In an interaction with media, Singh said that the Indian Army is equipped with powerful counter-terrorism capabilities to resist terrorism which is also evolving with the time. Indian Army is also using technology and artificial intelligence in order to protect youth from Pakistani Army propaganda. “I am hopeful that in the coming year, we will be able to see peace, prosperity, and development in the state,” he added.

The top general also explained that the surgical strikes on terrorist bases were conducted to show that the Indian army has the capability to do acts that can’t be predicted. Replying to the questions raised on the probe of sepoy Aurangzeb’s killing in south Kashmir, the general said: “We got information that one or two jawans intentionally or unknowingly passed information about his movement.”

More News at EurAsian Times

Featured

Russia To Supply Pantsir-S1 Air Defense System To Myanmar Amid Warming Ties With India, Japan

As India and Japan are getting closer to Myanmar militarily to counter China, the Southeast Asian nation has not forgotten its old ally Russia....

India, Saudi Arabia Ties ‘Under Duress’ After Riyadh Introduces A New Economic Measure?

Just when India’s coronavirus-battered economy started showing signs of recovery, Saudi Arabia's decision to cut crude oil production does not augur well for the...

​China’s Growing Global Stature As Weapons Producer Threatens Russia’s Export Revenues

China overtook Russia to become the world's No. 2 arms producer between 2015 and 2019, according to data released by the Stockholm International Peace...

Why Anti-Israel Rhetoric Keeps Resurfacing In Pakistan Despite Imran Khan Ruling Out Ties With Jewish State?

Pakistan is witnessing a wide-scale anti-Israel movement led by Maulana Fazlur Rehman of the Jamiat Ulema-e Islam (Fazl), a right-wing Islamist party, which opposes...

Why India’s Ruling Party BJP May Wash Its Hands Of Supreme Court-Monitored NRC Exercise

India’s biggest dilemma vis-à-vis the issue of illegal immigration from Bangladesh is that its all-weather ally Dhaka never acknowledges this as their problem. And...