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Keep an army out of politics in countries best interest, warns ISPR

ISLAMABAD: military Politicians, journalists and analysts were warned on Sunday against dragging the pakistani army and its leadership in political affairs, saying that practice is “extremely harmful”.

“Recently, deliberate attempts to drag the Pakistani Armed Forces and their leadership into in ongoing political discourse in country,” the Interagency Public Relations Service (ISPR) said in a statement. in statement on Sunday.

“These attempts are manifested in direct, insinuated or nuanced references to the armed forces, as well as to their senior leadership, made some political leaders, several journalists and analysts on public forums and various communication platforms, including social media”.

military media Wing further said it practice of unfounded, slanderous and provocative statements/remarks are extremely harmful.

“Pakistan Armed Forces strongly oppose such illegal and unethical practice and expect everyone to keep the law and keep the Armed Forces out of political discourse in in best interest of country, this added.

Statement comes in commemoration of Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) reprisals against those who are allegedly involved in Run online smear campaigns military and its top management.

The agency has also initiated an investigation against leading of a private TV channel for allegedly broadcasting “anti-state” videos and statements on various social media platforms.

At a recent public meeting, PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz said that former prime minister Imran Khan lasted only in office for over three years since he support of a former intelligence officer.

“When government lost his support, he fell instantly.”

On Thursday, former Prime Minister and PTI Chairman Imran said he couldn’t even think of appointment as commander in chief of the army against in rules of merits and absurd assumptions that he wanted former Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) director general Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed will be appointed to this position. post.

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