Army concerned over ‘fabricated’ story on security


Commanders resolute to respond against aggression

Sophia Siddiqui

Rawalpindi—Corps Commanders Conference under the chairmanship of COAS General Raheel Sharif, here expressed serious concerns over feeding of false and fabricated story about an important security meeting. The said meeting was held last week at PM House to review the security and overall situation after the Indian claim of surgical strikes.
A day after the news, by a journalist of a daily newspaper Cyril Almeida gave the internal details of the meeting which was rejected by the PM House and the interior minister.
The meeting also viewed the story as breach of national security.
The participants held a comprehensive review of internal and external security situation with particular focus on prevailing environment at LOC and operational preparedness of the Army according to a press release issued by the ISPR.
The meeting rejected the absurd Indian claims of hoax surgical strikes as an attempt to divert world’s attention away from brutalities being committed by the Indian Army against innocent Kashmiris.
The forum resolved that any attempt of misadventures and irresponsible act by India will be met with the most befitting response.
The participants of the meeting expressed satisfaction over the operational preparedness of troops. The General Raheel reiterated Pakistan Army’s resolve to defend the motherland at any cost against full spectrum of threat.
He re-emphasized the need for sustained efforts on internal security to defeat all hostile attempts to reverse our gains.
The meeting resolved to continue sustained and focused combing and intelligence-based operations across the length and breadth of the country to uproot terrorism harmonising it with implementation of the National Action Plan (NAP) to address extremism and other causes of terrorism.