Indian Army Warns Pakistan Of  Lesson ‘Better Than 1971’ If It Does Not Stop Its Nefarious Activities In J&K Commander of Indian Army’s Chinar Corps Lieutenant General KJS Dhillon (@ChinarcorpsIA/Twitter)

Reminding Pakistani Army of the humiliation it faced in 1971 war, Indian Army on Wednesday (4 September) issued a stern warning to Pakistan, asking it to stop its nefarious activities in Jammu and Kashmir, reports Zee News.

Addressing a press conference in Srinagar, Indian Army’s Chinar Corps commander Lieutenant General KJS Dhillon said that Pakistani Army and ISI are leaving no stone unturned in their attempts to disrupt peace and harmony in the Valley.

He added that Pakistan is trying hard to infiltrate the maximum number of terrorists into India to carry out subversive activities.

"Pakistan Army, Pakistan or ISI, they will attempt to do whatever is within their capabilities inspite of their poor economy and poor diplomatic standing in the world communities, inspite of the political turmoil in their country...,” he said.

He added that Indian Army will give befitting reply to Pakistani Army’s attempts to carry out nefarious activities in the Valley.

“Coming to Pakistan Army and ISI, let them try anything, they will be befittingly replied to and replied to in a manner which their generations to come will remember. This has been called by the honourable Defence Minister, Chief of Army Staff and this has been conveyed formally by the Army commanders," he said.

"I, on behalf of the Indian Army, can confirm to you that Pakistan Army will be taught a lesson which they would have never understood, probably better than 1971," Lieutenant General Dhillon added.

In the 1971 war between India and Pakistan, the Indian Army brought Pakistani Army to its knees, took 93,000 Pakistani prisoners and gave 75 million people of Bangladesh their independence.

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