Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Sunday said that the situation in Kashmir was “comparatively better now” following anti-militancy operations

Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Sunday said that stone-pelting incidents in Kashmir have almost ended.

He said stone-pelting incidents in Kashmir have almost ended because of the army’s actions, reported Business Standard.

The Army Chief was in Ghazipur to attend the ceremony of Abdul Hamid.

On the question of stone-pelting incidents, he said that such incidents have almost ended because of the army’s actions.

“The stone-pelting has almost ended, because we have been successful in ending their operation,” he told reporters.

The Army Chief assured that the situation in Kashmir is comparatively better now, and may not demand a surgical strike in near future.

“The condition in Kashmir is improving if you compare it with the situation during January and February. People there have understood that surgical strikes only end up disrupting the lives,” said General Rawat

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