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CM Maryam says extremism, bloodshed under name of Islam condemnable

By News Desk

March 20, 2024 08:55 PM


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Chief Minister Punjab Maryam Nawaz Sharif chaired a significant meeting with the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD), affirming the government's unwavering commitment to counter-terrorism efforts.

"Our dedication to combating terrorism is steadfast," declared Sharif during the meeting.

Maryam praised the CTD's pivotal role in neutralizing terrorist threats, stating, "CTD's contribution to suppressing terrorists is indelible."

She emphasized that sustainable peace and stability are crucial for economic growth and that protecting citizens' lives and properties is paramount. "There can be no nobler national service," she added.

Condemning extremism and violence in Islam's name, Maryam highlighted the CTD officers and jawans as unsung heroes deserving of recognition and saluted their efforts. She attributed the establishment of an institution like CTD to Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif's vision, acknowledging the officers' commendable national service.

During her visit to the CTD headquarters, Chief Minister Maryam appreciated the department's performance and interacted with the women officers, marking the occasion with a group photograph. She inaugurated a gym and spent time engaging with children at the day care center.

The meeting was attended by notable figures including Provincial Advisor Pervaiz Rasheed, Provincial Information Minister Uzma Zahid Bukhari, MPA Sania Ashiq, and other high-ranking officials. Additional IG Waseem Ahmed Khan briefed on CTD's performance, receiving commendation from Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz for their unwavering dedication to peace and order in Punjab.


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