Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa says terrorism has no religion, sect or ethnicity and should not be linked with any particular religion or belief. Pakistan has fought terrorism indiscriminately and this menace to be eliminated through operation Radd-ul-Fasaad. He was addressing participants of National Security and War Course at National Defence University Islamabad. 

Analyst on Telephone:

Brig. Retd. Aftaab Afzal (Defence Analyst)

Pakistani armed forces are successfully completing operation Radd-ul-Fasaad. Many terrorists have been arrested and huge ammunition and weaponry are recovered. Armed forces, with collaboration of local police and intelligence agencies, have successfully launched sucessful operations in Baluchistan also. We have to stand together against this menace of terrorism. All regional countries including Afghanistan should make coordinated efforts against terrorism in the region. COAS is courageously leading the forces and operation Radd-ul-Fasaad is successfully continuing.

Pakistan raises Indian occupation forces’ brutalities in IOK in the 35th Session of UNHRC in Geneva 

At the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Pakistan has drawn the urgent attention of world body towards grave human rights violations by the Indian forces in occupied Kashmir. In a statement at the 35th session of the council, Pakistan said that Indian government has broken its own record of brutality in occupied Jammu and Kashmir not only in target killing but also by indiscriminately killing over 100 young unarmed Kashmiri protestors.

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