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Corps Commanders Conference reviews regional and national security

14 January, 2020 16:46

Corps Commanders Conference reviews regional and national security. 

According to the ISPR, 228th Corps Commanders’ Conference held at GHQ in Rawalpindi today (Tuesday).

The top brass also discussed internal security, situation along borders, Line of Control and Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. 

Corps Commanders Conference reviews

The forum also reviewed evolving security situation in the Middle East with reference to US-Iran stand-off and its implications on regional peace and stability.

Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has said that Pakistan Army will continue its responsible and positive role for regional peace without compromising national security and defence of motherland at any cost.

While addressing the conference, Army Chief said Pakistan has significant contributions towards peace and stability in the region.

He referred to statements of Indian military leadership regarding aggression against Pakistan.

Furthermore, he called Indian COAS statement as irresponsible rhetoric with implications on regional peace and stability.

Meanwhile, the Corps Commanders Conference reviewed geo-strategic, regional and national security environment. 

Pakistan armed forces prepared

Recently, Director General ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor also commented on Indian Army Chief’s statements.

In a tweet he downplayed Indian COAS statements on undertaking military action across LOC.

Specially, he termed those statements as routine rhetoric for domestic audiences.

Moreover, he said that such rhetoric aims at get out of ongoing internal turmoil.

However, he vowed that Pakistan Armed Forces fully prepared to respond to any act of Indian aggression.

Meanwhile Pakistan government also slammed India over extremist RSS ideology.

Pakistan against war

However, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York Munir Akram drew attention to India’s “aggressive intent” towards Pakistan.

But, he told the United Nations that Pakistan does not want war with India.
However, he also warned that if attacked, it will respond resolutely and effectively.

Besides, he urged the world body to act “decisively” to prevent a war between the two countries.

Munir Akram also urged UN to enable the Kashmiri people to exercise their UN-pledged right to self-determination for peace and stability in South Asia.

While taking part in a debate at Security Council, he said Pakistan seeks to build a new structure of sustainable peace with its neighbours.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that an extremist ideology RSS has taken over nuclear-armed India of over a billion people.

In a tweet, he slammed India’s ideology based on racial superiority and hatred of Muslims and all minorities.


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