New Delhi, Nov 3 (ANI): Army Chief General Deepak Kapoor on Tuesday warned of attacks similar to the 26/11 Mumbai carnage and said country needed to be on guard to counter such acts of terror.
Talking to reporters here, General Kapoor said: "It is necessary that we take all the steps to ensure that another incident similar to Mumbai attacks do not take place again, but we cannot entirely rule out the possibility of such an attack."
Kapoor also said, a peaceful and stable Pakistan was necessary to India's security.efuting Pakistani allegations of India's involvement in aiding terror in Balochistan, Kapoor said, "I would just like to say that we want that Pakistan should be peaceful and stable so that its spill over effects are not felt in India.
"We are not interested in creating any trouble in their territory like they are doing in our region, Jammu and Kashmir, neither have we given any support to any group. And as far as their allegation is concerned, I cannot say much about it, they should give a proof that we are involved, but the fact is that there is no involvement from our side," he added.
Pakistan has been consistently alleging that Indian spy agencies have been fomenting trouble in restive Balochistan province. The ssue also figured in the India- Pakistan joint declaration issued by Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan at Sharm-al-heikh earlier this year. (ANI)