Test our resolve: Pakistan warns after Army chief Rawat's 'nuclear bluff' remark

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He said that Pakistan was a responsible nuclear state having vigilant national and professional army and India should not misunderstand it. "Pakistan is fully capable of defending itself", he said in a second tweet. Amounts to an invitation for a nuclear encounter.

Responding to the Indian army chief's "nuclear bluff" assertion, Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal has said that the statement proves that "India is an irresponsible nuclear state".

He added that Pakistan had credible nuclear capability, exclusively meant for the "threat from the east", referring to the eastern border it shares with India.

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An Indian army man was killed in Pakistani troops firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in Sunderbani sector of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday.

The Pakistan army also criticized the Indian general's comments, reiterating that its nuclear weapons alone had deterred India's massive army from launching another conventional war against Pakistan.

This all comes after Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Major General Asif Ghafoor reacted to Gen. Rawat's statement and said such statements were unbecoming of a person of his stature.

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Jammu and Kashmir Education Minister Altaf Bukhari on Saturday hit back at army chief General Bipin Rawat for hinting that students in the valley were being radicalised in the schools. The criticism came in the wake of the COAS statement, saying school education system in government schools in J&K has been corrupted, and that they have two maps in classrooms: one of India and the other of J&K. "The general's doubt would swiftly be removed, inshallah". "If given the task, we will not say we can not cross the border because they have nuclear weapons", Rawat told reporters in New Delhi.

He further said: "If that is what they desire, they are welcome to test our resolve". Explaining the strategy he added "India is seeking support of other nations, group of nations in the region, to see that we are not isolated completely in a situation in Asia against an assertive China".

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