Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Thursday said the situation in Kashmir will improve soon and the country's armed forces are fully prepared to thwart any threat to India's sovereignty.
''India is fully ready for two and a half front war with China, Pakistan and elements posing threat to the internal security," Rawat said, adding, "The condition in Kashmir will be normal soon."
The Army chief said social media is an important tool being used by Pakistan to create unrest in Kashmir.
''Pakistan generated social media propaganda is spreading disinformation among youth of Kashmir. However, it will not succeed,'' he said.
Talking about Army's military preparedness, Rawat said, ''We keep raising our modernisation issues with the Government of India and have got positive responses.''
This statement of the Army Chief comes at a time when the situation in Kashmir remains volatile with protesters carrying out violent demonstrations against the Army.
General Rawat had visited Jammu and Kashmir last week to review the security and also met state Governor NN Vohra to discuss the security situation.
According to reports, two jawans were injured in an encounter along LoC in Uri after 5-6 terrorists tried to infiltrate.
(With inputs from agencies)