RAWALPINDI: Pakistan’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, according to Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir, are sacred and untouchable. As he presided over the 262nd Corps Commanders’ Conference (CCC) at General Headquarters, he declared, “Pakistan believes in peaceful co-existence with all states, but there would never be any compromise over country’s sovereignty, national honor, and aspirations of Pakistani people.”
The forum honored the great sacrifices of Shuhada (martyrs), including members of the armed forces, law enforcement officials, and civilians who have given their lives to maintain peace and stability in the nation, according to a news release from Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
The forum decided to use all the force of the state against terrorists, as well as those who aid and abet them in their efforts to destabilize Pakistan at the request of enemy forces. A briefing was given to the conference regarding the ruthless Indian campaign of extraterritorial and extrajudicial killings, which are aimed at targeting Pakistani individuals and supporting state-sponsored terrorism.
It was agreed that India’s flagrant disregard for international law and its true nature should be made public. The forum stated that “the world community has already expressed grave concerns regarding India’s criminal behavior and its implementation of state apparatus for killing spree worldwide.” Underscoring the conflict’s severe consequences and potential to spread throughout the wider area, it restated the clear support for Palestine and the Gaza population.
All of the forum members agreed that there was an urgent need for a long-term truce and a resolution to the Palestinian issue. Continuing along these lines, the forum restated Pakistan’s commitment to assisting the people of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJK) in exercising their right to self-determination. It said that until justice was done in line with the pertinent resolutions of the UN Security Council, Pakistan would stand with its brothers and sisters in Kashmir on a moral, political, and diplomatic level.
The deployment of the Pakistan Army to help the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) oversee the peaceful conduct of the general elections in 2024 was another topic of discussion during the event. “The Pakistan Army will carry out its assigned tasks by the constitutional mandate and the ECP’s recommendations. It resolved that no one would be permitted to engage in acts of violence in the name of politics or undermine the fundamental democratic process of holding free and fair elections.
The conference recognized and applauded the actions taken against various criminal mafias and illegal operations, such as hoarding, money laundering, smuggling, power theft, and the entry of illegal immigration.
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