“We will have to do our own job,” says Army chief on U.S pressurising Pak

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New Delhi, Jan 12 (ANI): Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, on Friday, said it would be premature to jump to any conclusion and they should wait and watch for the final result.

The chief was reacting on the United States’ exerting pressure on Pakistan to check terrorism emanating from their country. U.S.

President Donald Trump is following the policy which he has made during his presidential elections to fight against the terrorism but U.S has to maintain diplomatic relationships with Pakistan also, the Army Chief added..

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