India on Tuesday (January 15) accused Pakistan of committing three ceasefire violations after a Brigadier-level flag meeting between the two countries yesterday but said it will "not act in haste or anger". Lt Gen K T Parnaik, General-Officer-in Command (Northern Command), said the Indian Army has a "lot of options" and iswatching the developments closely. However, he said he does not think that a situation of war exists or will happen in future. "It is not good for Pakistan and we also don't desire it," he told a press conference. Parnaik described the beheading of an Indian soldier was not just a provocation but a "grave provocation" and said the country reserves its right to strike at the time and place of its choosing. TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami asks tough questions to Lt Gen KT Parnaik, General officer commanding-in-chief Northern Command, on ceasefire violations committed by Pakistan.