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Army will not interfere in any political issue in future, Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa
Rawalpindi (92 News) – Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa says army will not interfere in any political issue in future and we have to give up ‘I don’t believe’ attitude and learn from mistakes and move on.
Speaking at the Defense and Martyrs Day ceremony at GHQ, he said the 2018 winners were selected while those who came in 2022 were called imported. Each party is encouraged to accept victory and defeat. It must be created so that in the next election there will be an elected government instead of an imported or selected one.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa said that an attempt was made to create tension in the country by creating a false narrative, it is a great sin if there is a foreign conspiracy and the army remains silent Sakti, political stability is necessary.
He said the army was heavily criticized from many quarters, campaigns were conducted with inappropriate words, military leadership was given inappropriate titles.
The army chief says it is the right of political parties to criticize the army, but inappropriate use of words is not correct. Instead of welcoming non-interference in politics, rude language was used. Because the army wanted to grow, the army began its catharsis, it is hoped that the political parties will also reconsider their behavior.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa said he wants to correct some facts, the former East Pakistan was not a military, it was a political failure, the number of fighting soldiers was not ninety two thousand, but thirty four thousand, the rest were from various government departments, 34 thousand soldiers. The contest was with 250,000 Indian Army and 200,000 Mukti Bahini. Our army fought bravely and made unprecedented sacrifices. Former Indian Army Chief Field Marshal Manksha also admitted that it is unfair for the nation not to acknowledge the sacrifices of martyrs and ghazis.
He said he is giving his last speech as army chief, retiring after forty four years of service, saluting those who have sacrificed for the country, the great army is proud to be army chief for six years. Its task is to protect the geographical borders of the country, it will never neglect its duty.
Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa laid flowers and saluted the martyrs, Corps Chief Rawalpindi Lt. Gen. Sahir Shamshad Mirza was also present. Martyrs’ heirs also participated.
In the ceremony, the memories of those who lost their lives in the sacred duty of defending the motherland are refreshed, the services and sacrifices of the soldiers of the armed forces are highlighted through videos and the help and service of the countrymen in natural disasters. including flooding was also mentioned. Salutations were also made to those who defended the borders and fought against terrorism. The songs played during the Defense and Martyrs’ Day ceremony also warmed the blood.