Education cap issue: Army evolving better system, says Rawat

Education cap issue: Army evolving better system, says Rawat

Rawat, who was talking to reporters, said that minor construction continues to take place in Doklam but a year ago the face-off happened because it saw personnel from the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) moving in large amount of equipment.

"Yes we should try that it [the tension with China] is not escalated", Rawat told reporters in New Delhi ahead of Army Day on January 15. On December 28, Indian troops foiled attempts by Chinese road building teams to construct a track around 1 km inside the Indian territory in Tuting, government sources had said.

He also said that India and China are working on establishing a hotline, like the one India has with Pakistan, and it will be in place soon.

The Army Chief also assured that retreat of both the countries' troop from Doklam plateau but added that the army is prepared for any change in the situation.

"China is a powerful country but we are not a weak nation... A very large amount of disinformation campaign is being spread in Jammu and Kashmir which is radicalising the youths through the social media and through the schools". Indian troops were forced to intervene on behalf of Bhutan, which led to a 74-day military standoff in the Sikkim sector. "We have increased our patrolling intensity, so has the adversary (China). This year it will shift to North Kashmir's Baramulla, Pattan, Handwara, Kupwara, Sopore and Lolab, and some northern areas of Bandipore so that the infiltration can be thwarted there", he said.

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Says education system in state needs overhaul.

General Rawat also said that unlike the conventional military, CBRN combat requires operations in a "highly unpredictable" environment, where the adversaries may use "asymmetrical" means to counter India. "We have to get systems that are best suited for our requirements".

"We are concerned about cyber and information warfare. We also need to build capacity to move forces from western sector to northern sectors".

"We need to have capacities to ensure that ammunition can move from one sector to another and we are focusing on it".