Pakistan rejects Indian army's 'nuclear bluff' comment

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Pakistan rejects Indian army's 'nuclear bluff' comment

"Every school in every state has a state map because you explain it to them", Bukhari said.

The tweet is a response to Army Chief General Bipin Rawat's comment on Pakistan's "nuclear bluff". "We also need to build capacity to move forces from western sector to northern sectors", he said.

The minister said he was proud of the J&K Board of School Education as it has produced a great number of stalwarts, who have brought laurels for the country.

"We are a professional army, responsible nuclear state and resilient nation". I have no doubt on his professionalism. "The education system has to be changed", he said.

Bukhari said the education is the domain of the state and he knows how to run it. "I would be glad if they (Army) do what they are supposed to do and leave us to do what we are supposed to do". "We want to tell him that his army, forces, police and other agencies have tried all oppressive tactics from last seventy years including brutal killings, disappearances, arrests, torture, rampaging of localities, humiliation of youth and elders, reign of terror against unarmed civilians, intimidations and bullying but have failed to suppress Kashmiri sentiments and passion for freedom because defeating peoples sentiments is not possible for any one", Malik said.

"Indian army chief and other leadership should remember that Kashmiris are fighting and rendering valuable sacrifices for a genuine cause and military suppression and control can never defeat their aspirations, will and sentiments", he said.

He said the army has its job they should focus on it.

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The Foreign Office said that the ceasefire violations by India were a threat to the regional peace and security and may lead to a "strategic miscalculation".

On his annual press conference, he also said that madrasas and mosques colour the minds of children.

This comes in the wake of reports that the Indian Army killed at least 138 Pakistan Army personnel in 2017 in tactical operations and retaliatory cross-border firings along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir.

He said trespassing the defined mandates tantamount to committing brazen injustice with duties assigned to people by the constitution. They have a responsibility.

Talking to reporters here, Bukhari said Army Chief's assertion that the teachers in Jammu and Kashmir were teaching two maps to the students and there was no need for separate map for the State, is ' an unfair and unacceptable comment'.

Rawat believes that once the schools are operational, then the government can withdraw the education assistance scheme.

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