Islamabad [Pakistan]June 7 (ANI): The Pakistani military on Wednesday vowed to tighten the “legal noose” around “the masterminds and masterminds of a hate-ripe and politically driven insurgency against the state and state institutions”, Dawn reported.
Dawn is an English-language Pakistani newspaper.
According to a press release issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the consensus was reached during the 81st Formation Commanders’ Meeting held at General Headquarters (GHQ) Rawalpindi.
The Formation Commanders Conference is one of the military’s larger forums and typically meets annually to discuss strategic, operational and training issues, in addition to deliberating on organizational issues.
The meeting was chaired by the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Asim Munir, and was attended by the Corps Commander, Chief of Staff and all formation commanders of the Pakistan Army.
“The forum pays homage to the supreme sacrifice of members of the armed forces, law enforcement agencies and civil society, who [down] Their lives are for the safety, security and dignity of the nation. “
Participants were briefed on the prevailing environment, security challenges (i.e., internal and external), and their own operational readiness to respond to changing traditional and non-traditional threats, ISPR said.
Speaking at the forum, the army chief reiterated that the Pakistan Army will remain committed to its national duty to safeguard the country’s “territorial integrity and sovereignty”.
General Munir was quoted by ISPR as saying that the people of Pakistan and their deep relationship with the armed forces are and will remain at the heart of everything we do, and the events of May 25 clearly demonstrated this.
“The hostile forces and their abettors have been working hard to create division and chaos in society through fake news and propaganda, but with the full support of the state InshaAllah, all these designs will continue to be defeated,” he asserted, according to Dawn.
At the forum, the ISPR statement added that “baseless and baseless allegations of incarceration, torture, human rights violations and stifling of political activity against law enforcement agencies and security forces are aimed at misleading the people and discrediting the armed forces in order to achieve negligible vested political interests”.
The Forum condemned the events of “Black Day 9 May” and reaffirmed in the strictest sense its “first determination to make the blasphemer [of] Shuhada Monument and Jinnah House and those who attacked military installations will surely be brought to justice quickly under the Pakistan Army Act and Official Secrets Act, which are derivatives of Pakistan’s constitution. “(ANI)
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