Indian Air Chief warns Pak of other options on ceasefire violations

Saturday, January 12, 2013
IAF Chief Marshal N.A.K. Browne and the D.G., NCC, Lt. General  P.S.
Bhalla with the NCC cadets at the NCC Republic Day Parade Camp 2013 
New Delhi: Making it clear that repeated ceasefire violation by Pakistan would not be acceptable Indian Air Force (IAF) Chief Marshal N.A.K. Browne on Saturday warned that India may have consider “some other options for compliance” if such incidents continue.

The Indian Air Force chief expressed his grave concern over the continuous ceasefire violation and firing from the Pakistani side.   

“We are monitoring the situation carefully because if these things continue to be the way they are and these violations continue to take place, then perhaps we may have to look at some other options for compliance,” he told presspersons here on the sidelines of an NCC function.

Mr. Browne was asked about the suggestions he has given to the political leadership on the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers by the Pakistan Army.

The ceasefire violation took place two days after barbaric mutilation of Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops in the Mendhar Sector of Poonch district.

India has also been raising the issue of the rising number of ceasefire violations by Pakistan from the past one year.
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