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India’s idiotic rhetoric may have implications for region, warns Pak army

February 6, 2020 07:48 PM


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Pakistan military elite Thursday declared provocative statements of Indian leadership as irresponsible rhetoric with implications for the region during the 229th Corps Commanders’ Conference presided by General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff held at GHQ.

The Forum reviewed Geo-Strategic environment with special focus on internal security and situation on borders.

Pakistan commanders reiterated the resolve that Pakistan Armed Forces are forces of order and peace and fully prepared to thwart any misadventure, whatever the cost.

The Forum also paid glowing tribute to the people of Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K) braving Indian atrocities and continued siege.

Army Chief Qamar Bajwa said: “Repression of Indian occupying forces can never deny Kashmiris their right to self-determination as promised by UN resolutions. Regardless of the ordeal, their just struggle is destined to succeed.”

Forum was also reviewed the progress of “Operation Radd ul Fasaad” which has put security situation of the country on a positive trajectory for enduring peace and stability.



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