India’s Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat made a big statement regarding the Taliban and the Afghanistan crisis. He said that India is fully prepared regarding the situation in Afghanistan.
General Bipin Rawat (Bipin Rawat)
Chief of Defense Staff of India (CDS) General Bipin Rawat (Gen Bipin Rawat) made a big statement about the Taliban and the Afghanistan crisis. He said that Afghanistan (AfghanistanIndia is fully prepared regarding the circumstances. At the same time, he also said that India has already received orders regarding this matter. Bipin Rawat also said that only time will tell what will happen in Afghanistan, no one expected that the TalibanTaliban) will capture the country so fast.
General Bipin Rawat said on the possibility of more offensive on Indian borders after China, Pakistan succeed in Afghanistan, “What will happen in Afghanistan, only time will tell, no one expected the Taliban to capture the country so fast.” Will do it There could be more turmoil there.” India’s Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat said that the Taliban in Afghanistan are still the same as they were 20 years ago. India is getting information about what is happening in the Middle East.
#WATCH: “Only time will tell what will happen in Afghanistan,nobody expected the Taliban to take over the country so fast. There can be more turmoil…,”CDS Gen Bipin Rawat on possibility of China, Pakistan getting more aggressive on Indian borders after succeeding in Afghanistan pic.twitter.com/CKVFdZS9Gz
– ANI (@ANI) September 15, 2021
General Bipin Rawat said that he is concerned about the spread of terrorism in Afghanistan to India. This is General Bipin Rawat’s first official public statement on the situation in Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover and withdrawal of US troops. General Bipin Rawat warned the Taliban that any action coming from Afghanistan will be dealt with in the same way as terrorism is dealt with in India. He said that Pakistan could potentially influence the Taliban and sponsor their activities.
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