Positive Kashmir expresses anguish over helicopter crash in Tamil Nadu

Gen Rawat including his wife and other people were on a visit to the Defence Services Staff College at Wellington in Nilgiri Hills, when their chopper crashed, on Wednesday, 8 December 2021.
Gen Rawat including his wife and other people were on a visit to the Defence Services Staff College at Wellington in Nilgiri Hills, when their chopper crashed, on Wednesday, 8 December 2021.ANI

Srinagar: Positive Kashmir, an NGO working in Kashmir, Thursday expressed anguish over the helicopter crash in Tamil Nadu in which Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat, his wife, and other personnel of the armed forces died.

A statement of Positive Kashmir issued here said that the thoughts of its mentor Bharat Rawat were with the bereaved families.

“Gen Bipin Rawat was strengthening the war policies to teach a lesson to Pakistan and China. In Kashmir, he adopted a policy of crushing the terrorists and had given complete freedom to the Army. He was the first such officer of the Army who openly challenged not only the external but the internal enemies of the country and also advocated for crushing their anti-national deeds with rigour,” Rawat said in the statement.

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