Might 9 occasions deplorable and condemnable: COAS

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ISLAMABAD:

Chief of Military Workers (COAS) Gen Asim Munir mentioned on Thursday that the occasions of Might 9 had been “very unhappy and condemnable” whereas addressing an occasion held in honour of the nation’s martyrs in Islamabad.

Gen Munir visited Police Traces Islamabad on ‘Youm-e-Takreem Shuhada-e-Pakistan’ [Pakistan Martyrs Day].

Upon arrival, he was obtained by Inspector Normal of Police Islamabad Dr Akbar Nasir Khan.

The military chief pressured that “the nation will neither forgive nor neglect those that desecrated the memorials of martyrs and undermined their dignity”, because the households of martyrs from the police and navy attended the occasion.

Reiterating his earlier stance on the matter, the COAS mentioned that “such behaviour won’t be tolerated.”

“Nothing can nullify the sacrifices of the martyrs that had been blessed with everlasting life by Allah Almighty,” he added.

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“Pakistan Military, police and regulation enforcement businesses are the symbols of the state and have by no means hesitated to make any sacrifice for the dignity of the nation.

“I wish to convey this message to the heirs of the martyrs of all regulation enforcement businesses that right this moment the folks of Pakistan and the Pakistan Military stand and can proceed to face with them,” he added.

Beforehand as nicely, Gen Munir had expressed profound unhappiness over the current spate of assaults on navy installations, memorials, and sanctuaries of martyrs, denouncing them as “insupportable”.

“Agency motion will probably be taken towards those that are accountable for such acts, as the military is dedicated to safeguarding nationwide safety,” Gen Asim mentioned whereas addressing an award distribution ceremony held on the GHQ, aimed to recognise unwavering bravery and excellent companies of martyrs and ghazis to the nation.

Violent protests had been held throughout the nation following the arrest of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Might 9. Since then, 1000’s of protesters have been rounded as much as be tried below navy courts.

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