Inter-Providers Public Relations (ISPR) Director-Common (DG) Main Gen Babar Iftikhar termed the rumours of a take care of former Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif as “baseless” and urged the media to “preserve the institution out of it.”
At a press convention in Rawalpindi, DG ISPR dismissed any take care of Sharif, saying, “If somebody does discuss of a deal, then you will need to ask them who’s providing a deal.”
“Who’s putting a take care of Nawaz Sharif?” he posed a query whereas including that there isn’t any bother between the civilian authorities and army.
Safety state of affairs on the Western border
Throughout an ISPR briefing to the media, DG ISPR additionally addressed the Pakistan-Afghanistan border i.e. Durand Line challenge. In response to him, border fencing which is 94 per cent accomplished, was being achieved in an effort to guard the folks on each side [Pak and Afghan] in addition to to manage commerce.
He revealed that the safety state of affairs alongside the Western border was “difficult” throughout 2021. He stated: “Folks can cross the border from designated factors. This course of might be eased within the coming months. The blood of our martyrs was spilled in fencing of the border. It’s a fence of peace. It is going to be accomplished and stay.”
No ceasefire with TTP at present, operations to proceed
The DG ISPR stated that talks with the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) are “on maintain” however the operations [against them] are “ongoing”.
“The TTP shouldn’t be a monolith. They’ve inner variations. There have been some issues, some circumstances that have been non-negotiable from our [Pakistan] aspect so there isn’t any ceasefire proper now. We’re persevering with with operations and can proceed until we eliminate this menace,” he added.
The worst siege in human historical past: DG ISPR on Kashmir
He recalled Indian forces’ cruelty in occupied Kashmir a “propaganda” marketing campaign by their media and stated that that is the “worst siege” in human historical past.
The DG ISPR accused India of endangering regional safety by buying arms, including that it will result in a race within the area and have a unfavourable influence on peace.
He additionally added that India faked an encounter in Neelum Valley and killed an harmless Kashmiri after which blamed Pakistan for it.