NEW DELHI - India’s army chief said on Friday he opposed ending tough emergency laws in areas of Held Kashmir and the northeast that offer security forces near complete legal immunity. The statement by General Bikram Singh, India’s chief of army staff, came two days after an attack in Held Kashmir killed five paramilitary policemen. Both attackers were shot dead by Indian forces. “I feel the time is not right to remove AFSPA (the Armed Forces Special Powers Act). It is an enabling act and we should not take it away at the moment,” Singh told a conference organised by the media group India Today.