Pune, Nov 29: Indian Army Staff Chief, General Deepak Kapoor on Sunday, Nov 29, said it was important to ensure that the control of Pakistan's nuclear weapons command did not go to wrong hands.
Speaking to reporters, General Kapoor said, "What is more important is to have proper control over nuclear weapons and ensure that it does not go to wrong hands."
His statements comes after National Command Authority, which controls the nuke button, has been handed over to Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani.
Referring to development of infrastructure by China in Tibet, he said, "It is necessary that we also develop infrastructure on our side of the border."
On infiltration in Jammu Kashmir, General Kapoor said terrorists were likely to step up their activities before the snow fall in the Valley.
"There has been peace and stability in the border state for the last one and a half years. Some people do not like it", he added.