Main of General of the Army Staff (COAS) Qamar Bajwa during his visit of Lahore garrison over weekend, met army officer who was recently martyred in incident of road rage and assured him that those responsible would be brought to justice, according to a statement released by the military media wing.
The guards allegedly wounded Major Haris. of PML-N MPA Khoja Salman Rafik and Hafiz Nauman on Wednesday. According to first information report submitted by his father Haris was attacked on Ferozepur Road after a little dispute when vehicles of Both sides made contact. His father said the suspects tortured him son with with iron bars, wounded him and fled the scene.
The videos have gone viral on social media showing men hit a military officer with iron rod. The footage shows the officer lying unconscious. on the road and the suspects insulting him and threatening his life.
Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement today that General Bajwa visited the Joint Military Hospital. in Lahore and inquired about the well-being of the wounded army officer.
“COAS said the law would run its course. criminals, who are under arrest will be brought to justice. Not one COAS has assured that they will be allowed to take the law into their own hands,” the ISPR said in a statement. added.
Visit to the Lahore garrison
ISPR reported that the army commander was received by the corps commander, Lieutenant General Muhammad Abdul Aziz. arrival in the Lahore garrison.
COAS interacted with officers and veterans of the garrison in two separate interactive sessions and praised by the Lahore Corps for maintaining high standards of operational training and education.
He said disinformation and propaganda threaten state integrity and required timely and unified response to effectively counter speculation and rumors.
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The army draws strength from people and any attempt to drive a wedge between the army and population won’t be tolerated. Hostile forces are trying it for long but they won’t succeed,” ISPR said in a statement. of conclusions of the army commander.