Rawalpindi: Director General of the media wing of the Pakistani Army, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Major General Asif Ghafoor said the Army is occupied with the protection of the nation and has no job in the Azadi March by the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F).
In a meeting to a TV news channel Wednesday, he said that the Army attempts to look after harmony. In 2014 likewise when Imran Khan was the pioneer of restriction and composed a protest against the Nawaz Sharif government, at that point additionally the Army was standing firm with the administration.
He stated, “This walk is a political action and the military of the nation have no job in it. The work we are engaged with doesn’t enable us to turn into a piece of any such (political) action. In a majority rules system, the administration needs to handle such exercises.”
The Pakistani Army is occupied in fortifying national security and it has no opportunity to engage in such exercises, he emphasized.
He said that the explanations which he gives are the official proclamations of the Army.
To an inquiry regarding the inclusion of the Army in decisions, he said the military was approached the solicitation of the administration for security purposes. The military is an unbiased establishment and it plays out its obligation inside the area of the constitution. “Armed force neither has any job in nation’s constituent procedure nor wants to do as such,” he included.
Despite the fact that the Pak Army representative may be denying any inclusion in the Azadi March yet political investigators accept that if Prime Minister Imran Khan is determined on not leaving on the interest of the resistance then he is being supported by the Army.