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ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Asim Munir Wednesday said that ‘recently planned and orchestrated tragic incidents’ of May 9, the day military installations were attacked, will never be allowed again at any cost.

“No one will be allowed to disrespect our martyrs and their monuments. They are a source of inspiration and pride for the rank and file of the armed forces, law enforcement agencies, government officials and the people of Pakistan,” the army chief said during his visit to Sialkot Garrison.

According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), COAS Asim Munir visited Sialkot Garrison and laid floral wreath at Martyrs’ Monument while paying paid rich tribute to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the pride, honour and dignity of the nation.

“The martyrs have been promised the highest abode in the life hereafter and shall continue to maintain the highest levels of respect amongst the people of Pakistan,” he said.

COAS Munir further said the state of Pakistan and armed forces would always maintain all martyrs and their families in very high esteem and continue to honour them and their supreme sacrifices with utmost respect and dignity.

The army chief underscored that recently planned and orchestrated tragic incidents would never be allowed again at any cost.

He reassured the ranks and files that all those responsible for bringing shame to the nation on Black Day of 9th May would certainly be brought to justice.

He also appreciated under command formations for their hard work, devotion, high morale and professionalism.

During his interaction with officers and troops, COAS stressed upon maintaining focus on Army’s professionalism and preparedness to deal with complex internal and external security challenges including propaganda warfare. Earlier on arrival, COAS was received by Commander Gujranwala Corps.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2023


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Sumroo May 18, 2023 07:29am
"All miscreants will be brought to justice: COAS" Time to introspect first! Look inside the institution! Compromised generals via DHA lands have comprised the future of country to internal and external players! Now to save their mega corruption and own skins they want to launch a war against their own people! For the past 75 years they have taken the people and country hostage to their wishes and desires! And they call themselves apolitical? In 1958 a general hijacked the country to serve the interest of cold war warriors! People of Pakistan want their country back! They do not want generals to keep selling the country for their own interests! Stop fighting your own people by not listening to them! Hold elections! Let people decide their own future! Treat civilians with respect! Hanging civilians leaders is not a solution! Time to grow up and accept the reality or be ready to step aside or be bulldozed by the will of the masses!
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Maqbool May 18, 2023 10:38am
Yes, the events of May 9 th can never be repeated. Leaving a Corp Commander residence unguarded is not acceptable, those who ordered this of whatever level, and are responsible must be tried under the Army act and made an example . As This has resulted in our enemies making fun of Pakistan and our noble army, so those found guilty be given the maximum sentence under the Army act. Army personal under the Army Act and civilians under common Law.
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A D Bux May 18, 2023 04:17pm
Constitution of Pakistan is supreme! No military courts! Hold elections to save country from complete destruction!
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A D Bux May 18, 2023 04:21pm
Billion dollar question: How such people are allowed to reach the top?
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Naik May 18, 2023 04:47pm
"The army chief underscored that recently planned and orchestrated tragic incidents would never be allowed again at any cost." Everyone know who planned it to achieve what! It 21st century you cannot fool people with 19th century tactics!
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