Arguing that there is no immediate threat of militant attacks in Punjab, Indian Army chief Bipin Rawat said on Monday that it needs to be alerted.
In Punjab, "there is not a lot of threat, but you have to be alert to Punjab" (talking to journalists). Mamun Cantonment, about 250 km from Chandigarh,
General Rawalt recognized the government (Central and Punjab) as fully aware of the 2020 campaign initiated by separatists and Karlistan separatists from other countries, He said.
Punjab's vice-minister, Amarinder Singh, is particularly concerned about this issue and is taking action directly to ensure that this type of violence does not spread to human rights violations. The state of Punjab.
"The people of Punjab will ensure that violence does not spread," he said. "Outsiders will try (to encourage violence), but people are very strong."
The Army Chief of Staff on the threat posed by separatist group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) said they did not bother them.
"Who is the Chief of the Army Chief? The chief of the Army Chief is the appointed person.He is not an individual.You take a chapel.Next person will come.The terror policy will not change.