Meticulously monitoring Indian border: DG ISPR

Meticulously monitoring Indian border: DG ISPR

Pakistan Political News

PESHAWAR: The armed forces of Pakistan are closely monitoring the situation on the border with
India and are ready to respond to any threat, said DG Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Lt-Gen Asim Bajwa on
Tuesday (pakistan political news).

Furthyermore, speaking to media representatives after high-level security meeting headed by Chief of Army Staff (COAS)
General Raheel Sharif, Bajwa said the developments on the eastern border are being closely monitored and the
forces were fully prepared to respond to any threat.

The DG ISPR also  said that charges leveled by India over the Uri attack were upsetting and Pakistan had never
accused anyone without concrete evidence.

Gen Bajwa also added today’s special operational meeting was held following the Army Chief’s return from Germany.

Briefing journalists on steps taken by the armed forces on Afghanistan border, he said work has been completed
on 20 check posts in this regard. “Border management would be most effective when Pakistani efforts are matched
by the Afghan side,” he added.

DG ISPR also said that the Rajgal mountains have been cleared of terrorists and the Pakistan Army is in full control
of the Pak-Afghan border in the region.

Moreover, commenting over the National Action Plan (NAP0, he said combing operations had improved security situation
in the country. 1,470 combing operations have been carried out in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA, he further added.

Lt-Gen Bajwa also said the suicide bomber in the Mardan court attack that killed at least 12 people earlier this
month was brought from Afghanistan from the Torkham border. Attack in Warsak’s Christian Colony was also
planned in Afghanistan, said the DG ISPR, adding that information regarding recent terrorist attacks was being
shared with the Afghan authorities.

So, commenting over the issue of internally displaced persons, Bajwa said deadline for the complete rehabilitation of
IDPs was ending next month, adding that almost 70 percent of the tough task has already been completed.

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