As Protest Against Army Heats Up in Pakistan, Gen Bajwa Says They’re Prepared to Thwart Threats

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Pakistan’s armed forces are fully prepared and committed to thwart all threats, Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Monday as the military’s top brass discussed internal security, the situation along the eastern border, the LoC and Kashmir.

The 226th Corps Commanders’ Conference held in Rawalpindi was presided by Bajwa amid the launch of the protest by Maulana Fazlur Rehman who criticised the Army for interfering in politics.

The 66-year-old cleric said that the protest would continue until Prime Minister Imran Khan steps down. Protesters allege that Khan’s party won the July 2018 polls through election rigging with the Army’s support.

The Army said in a statement that the conference reviewed geo strategic and national security environment. Read More

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