Imprudent comments by politicians about Peshawar Corps Commander Lt Gen Faiz Hameed very inappropriate: ISPR

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Taking note of the “ undiplomatic commentary” issued by some” important elderly politicians” about the Peshawar Corps commander, the service’s media has nominated similar statements about Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed as” veritably unhappy”.

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) noted that Peshawar Corps is an “ outstanding confirmation” of the Pakistan Army that has been “ leading the public war against terrorism for over two decades”.

“ One of the most competent and professional officers is entrusted with the responsibility to lead this prestigious conformation. Undiplomatic commentary made by important elderly politicians lately about Corps Commander Peshawar are veritably unhappy,” said the ISPR.

The service’s media sect noted that similar statements “ undermine the honor and morale of the institution and its leadership”.
“ It’s anticipated that the elderly political leadership of the country choruses from passing reprehensible reflections against the institution whose stalwart officers and men are constantly putting their lives on the line to guard the integrity and sovereignty of Pakistan,” concluded the ISPR.

We constantly request to keep fortified forces down from political converse DG ISPR
Shortly after the statement was issued, Director-General ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar said that the fortified forces of the country have made” repeated requests” to keep them down from political converse.

Speaking to a private news channel, the DG ISPR said that for the last many days, the political leadership of the country has been issuing some” veritably unhappy statements” about the fortified forces.

“We’ve constantly made requests not to drag the army into political matters,” he said, adding that the fortified forces have” nothing to do with politics as per the law and Constitution of the country.”

He further said that the Constitution has clarified the procedure of appointing the army chief.

“We, as an institution, have been showing forbearance for a long time,” Maj Gen Babar said, adding that as a country, Pakistan faces multitudinous challenges.

“The army is playing an important part in the internal security of the country on all fronts, thus, the focus of the military leadership is on those liabilities.”

We, thus, formerly again request the media and the politicians not to drag the army into political matters.

He said that talking about the post of the army chief without any reason is tantamount to making it controversial.

“It’s neither in the interest of the country nor in the interest of the institution to talk about the position of the army chief without any reason,” he said.

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