Jammu, Nov 24(ANI): Army chief General Deepak Kapoor on Tuesday said that Pakistan wanted to push maximum number of terrorists across the border.
Addressing the media, General Kapoor said: "I want to tell you that, as ceasefire violation is concerned as compared to last year this year the ceasefire violation are less and our efforts are to stop the ceasefire violations from their (Pakistan's) side. What they (Pakistan) want is to push as many terrorists as possible towards Indian side."
General Kapoor was in Jammu city to hand over the 'war memorial' to the Jammu and Kashmir Government.
He handed over country's highest war memorial named 'Balidaan Stambh' to Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.
Meanwhile, Omar Abdullah said that decrease in the levels of violence showed the success of the security forces in negating the designs of the infiltrators.
"Levels of infiltrations remain a matter of concern. It has not stopped completely, in fact the levels of infiltrations are higher this year than last year, but levels of violence of this year are lower than last year. So, it obviously shows the success of the security forces in negating whatever designs infiltrators have," Omar Abdullah said. (ANI)