NEW DELHI, Nov 7: Hitting out at “sources beyond the border” from where the terrorists were getting the support, Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat today said that they will continue their operations in eliminating militants in Jammu and Kashmir.
“We can easily understand from where these terrorists get support. It is clear that from beyond the border, they are getting assistance,” the Army chief said without naming Pakistan on recovery of a United States Army-issue weapon, appearing to be a Colt-manufactured M4 carbine from the hideout during the operation.
Addressing reporters here, Gen Rawat said, “The operation will continuously take place. If the terrorists attack the people, buildings, police stations or political entity, the Army will try to neutralise them as soon as possible.”
Reacting to the killing of militants the General said, “Our main aim is to end terrorism whether the terrorist is nephew of Masood Azhar or from other religion.” (UNI)