http://www.greaterkashmir.com/news/...ll-launching-pads-camps-dismantled-goc-63.asp Shopian, Jan 19: The General Officer Commanding (GoC) of Srinagar-based 15 Corps, Lieutenant General S A Hasnain today said that no troop-cut would take place until all â€œterror camps and launching padsâ€ are dismantled in Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK). Speaking to media persons, during his ongoing â€˜people-to-peopleâ€™ contact at 44-RR camp in Balapora, in this south Kashmir district, Hassanain said, "Though the graph of militancy has considerably come down but no troop-cut will take place in Kashmir unless Pakistan dismantles all terror camps in PaK. Terror camps continue to pose a big threat to us and there might be infiltration attempts. There is no question of going for any kind of troop-cut until all launching pads of militants are closed forever,â€ he said. General Hasnain interacted with local people, including village heads and local youth. Senior army officers were also present on the occasion. General Hasnain, who took over as GoC 15 Corps recently, said the armyâ€™s main aim was to see people of Kashmir happy. â€œWe want to heal your wounds and bring back smiles of your faces,â€ he told the gathering. He said 20-years of perpetual strife had created a gap between the army and common people. â€œWe want to bridge this gap. I will use my heart as a weapon. I have passed this direction to my soldiers to use their hearts as a big weapon,â€ General Hasnain said. He said army canâ€™t bring back complete peace in Kashmir overnight. â€œThe valley is going through a difficult phase and peace cannot be restored overnight. We hope peace will prevail soon,â€ the GoC said. â€œPeace is must for the development and without peace, development is impossible,â€ he added. Replying to various queries of the elderly people about soldiers misbehaving with the people during anti-militancy operations, General Hasnain said efforts were on to address the issue. â€œI have recently taken over as GoC 15 Corps. I have not come with a gun in my hand but with a heart full of love and affection,â€ he said. To a query that every Kashmiri was seen as a suspect in various states, Hasnain said he would take up the issue with Director General of Police. â€œNearly 99.9 percent people of the Jammu and Kashmir are innocent. Because of less knowledge about other states and countries, they are being treated as suspects. I am hopeful that things will improve for each citizen of the state,â€ he said. The GoC said army was on a mission to promote tourism to expose beauty of valley and to create job opportunities for the locals.