‘India can do a Myanmar elsewhere too’
The Indian Army has sent out a “strong message” with its operation against militants along the India-Myanmar border, and “it can be other country in the future”, its former chief, General Shankar Roychowdhury said here Thursday.
“We always had the capability, but this time India has displayed that it also has the political will,” Gen. Roychowdhury told Media Sources
“We will strike if there are provocations from those who have taken shelter across any international border,” he said.
“If it was Myanmar this time, it can be other country in the future. Yes, we have sent out a strong message,” the general said.
But their are contradictory views, rather tweets coming from jammu and Kashmir’s Ex-CM, who believes all the chest thumping defeats the purpose of the operation. He has, infact called it nothing but a “Self Goal” from India’s end.
The Indian Army’s Special Forces on Tuesday carried out a covert strike involving two attacks along the Indo-Myanmar border on camps located in Myanmarese territory, and inflicting substantial casualties on terrorists.