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Armed Forces Doesn’t Need To Get Dragged In Politics

Summary:

  • Armed Forces Doesn’t Need To Get Dragged In Politics
  • Nor Should Involved In The Politics

Read: Improvement Challenges in Pakistan.

Overview:

ISPR (Inter-Service Public Relations) Director Maj Gen Babar said on Monday that the military is obeying the government. “It does not need to get involved in politics, nor should it be dragged into it”.

Armed Forces Doesn't Need To Get Dragged In Politics
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Participants in an extensive briefing on the media during a Q&A session with the wide-ranging briefing, DG ISPR said there was no backdoor contact with the opposition, as the media speculates. “Never”, “No,” he said.

The criticism leveled by the Opposition parties against the Army was “groundless” and that the government had responded appropriately to those statements [Maj Gen Iftikhar]

He also said, “The government at the time asked the military to hold an election, and the military was honest and did its best to follow the order,” “making it clear that there was no rigging in the 2018 election.”

“Even if they (opposition parties) have doubts about the result of the election, they can access the respective agency, It is not right to raise the level of accusations”.

Tea Time

Asked what the army thought of Maulana Fazl ur Rahman of the Pakistan Democratic Movement who said he would march to Rawalpindi, Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar said he did not see any reason why PMM should move to Rawalpindi.

“we will take care of them If they all want to come. We will serve them tea [chai]. What else I can say,” he quipped as the mediators present began to smile.

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