Pak army not interfering the Political Issues | ISPR

ISLAMABAD (12th September, 2014) : The military has at long last ended its quiet on widespread hypothesis that the security stronghold may be behind the progressing dissent sit-ins by the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

Major General Asim Saleem Bajwa

The boss military representative on Friday released such gossipy tidbits as unmerited and demanded that interfacing the armed force with a political issue, as well as talk of ‘scriptwriter’, seemed to be “unfortunate.”

“I need to elucidate here that the armed force has nothing to do with the progressing political emergency. It is deplorable that the armed force is constantly connected to political matters,” Major General Asim Saleem Bajwa, the executive general of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), told an uncommon news preparation at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi.

His open response came because of late reports that certain army commandants were pushing for an immediate intercession to end the dissent started political gridlock however armed force boss General Raheel Sharif restricted any such move.

Hypotheses were likewise overflowing that the continuous hostile to government dissents were the consequence of a common military column over the trial of previous military ruler General (retd) Pervez Musharraf. A few reports even guaranteed that no less than five top officers, who are situated to resign inside a couple of weeks, were pushing for the ouster of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif through PTI executive Imran Khan and PAT pioneer Dr Tahirul Qadri.

“There is no truth in such reports. The individuals who comprehend the working of the military know this is impractical. The armed force is an united and durable energy,” said Maj-Gen Asim Bajwa, suppress hypotheses of any divisions inside the armed force on the current political emergency.

He called attention to that “the armed force strictly takes after the bearings of the armed force boss.” However, he made it clear that the progressing dissent on the Constitution Avenue was a political issue and consequently must be determined by the nation’s political powers. “We trust they will have the capacity to intention the issue politically,” he included.

Got some information about the part of the armed force in expediting an arrangement between the two sides, the military representative illuminated that armed force boss General Raheel Sharif had acknowledged the part of “facilitator” between the administration and the dissenting gatherings in the bigger national investment.

“We are Pakistanis and commonly we do have worries about what is going on in Pakistan,” he said. Then again, he made it clear that the armed force was strictly assuming its part inside the limitations the Constitution. “The armed force boss himself underscored that the Pak army has faith in maintaining the Constitution and continuation of popularity based methodology. This is an announcement as well as our activities have demonstrated this,” he included.

Reacting to the feedback of the part of armed force troops amid the storming of the state-run PTV, Maj Gen Bajwa elucidated that the armed force was given the security obligations of five state structures and PTV was not among them. “Anyway, we cleared the building when we were told about the assault on PTV,” he included.