Chandigarh, Nov 23 (UNI) Army chief Gen Deepak Kapoor today said imposition of emergency in Pakistan would not affect the security of the country.
He stated this while talking to reporters on the sidelines of the XIX annual session of National Congress for Defence Studies and a seminar on 'Changing Dimensions of International Security:Implications for India' at the Panjab University here.
He, however, said India looked forward to a stable Pakistan.
''We look forward to a stable Pakistan and hope the situation gets normal there as early as possible.'' To a question, he said cross-border infiltration in Jammu and Kashmir was still continuing.
Regarding reports about the role of US troops on the Western border of Pakistan to fight pro-Taliban forces, he said it would not affect Indian security.