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Sanjay Ashok , Empty Nov, 26 2016

With Lt Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa as the new Pak Army Chief, can the Indo-Pak relations improve?


The ties between India and Pakistan have deteriorated after the Uri attack in which 19 Indian soldiers were killed. India followed it up with surgical strikes in terror camps in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). Almost on daily basis Pakistan is violating ceasefire across LoC, which the Indian forces are also giving proper reply. With Qamar Javed Bajwa as the new chief can there be any improvements in Indo-Pak ties?


The ties between India and Pakistan have deteriorated after the Uri attack in which 19 Indian soldiers were killed. India followed it up with surgical strikes in terror camps in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). Almost on daily basis Pakistan is violating ceasefire across LoC, which the Indian forces are also giving proper reply. With Qamar Javed Bajwa as the new chief can there be any improvements in Indo-Pak ties?

Ashima Singh , Exploring Nov, 27 2016


There can be no improvements because of the appointment of someone on Pakistan's side. What happened after Musharraf? Has Nawaz Sharif led to any improvements? Zero. Any 'improvement' can come about only with retaliation from our side.


Tanya , Almost there! Nov, 26 2016


He has commanded the 10 Corps, the army’s largest, which is responsible for the area along the Line of Control (LoC). Lt Gen Bajwa has extensive experience of handling affairs in Kashmir and the northern areas of the country. As a major general, he led the Force Command Northern Areas. He also served in the 10 Corps as lieutenant colonel, where he was GSO. Despite his extensive involvement with Kashmir and northern areas, he is said to consider extremism a bigger threat for the country than India!

He seems to be more sensible than Gen Sharif

He has commanded the 10 Corps, the army’s largest, which is responsible for the area along the Line of Control (LoC). Lt Gen Bajwa has extensive experience of handling affairs in Kashmir and the northern areas of the country. As a major general, he led the Force Command Northern Areas. He also ser


Ashima Singh , Exploring Nov, 27 2016


All this will count for nothing in the long run. He will focus on targeted extremism. Don't let yourself get fooled by such statements.