New Delhi: The Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Tuesday referred to terrorism and said India today is engaged in fighting proxy wars.
Gen Rawat said India is a ‘no war, no peace’ situation. He said this situation was created due to the proxy war being waged against India by Pakistan using terrorists.
Speaking at the DEFCOM event here, Gen Rawat said: “We have entered a no war, no peace scenario”. Admitting that Indian forces today are working with systems that can be compromised, he stressed that there is a need to develop communication system that will provide secrecy.
Gen Rawat said the network of 3 services will be integrated added that the issue of interoperability will be addressed soon.