Military warns civilians over breaking civil-military cohesion

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Military warns civilians over breaking civil-military cohesion

RAWALPINDI: In an unusual development especially after the departure of ex COAS General Raheel Sharif today the ISPR reacted over the news of the land allotment to the former Army Chief.

ISPR has clarified that allotments of agricultural land to Army officers are made through constitutional provision.

In a statement, it said allotment to former Army Chief General, retired, Raheel Sharif is also under same provision and through government and army procedures.

The statement added that debate with intent of maligning Army has the potential to create misunderstandings between state institutions and is detrimental to existing cohesion.

ISPR which was quite prominent in the tenure of General Raheel Sharif went into hybernation after the arrival of the new COAS General Qamar Javaid Bajwa.

However today's tweet from ISPR came as surprise to many with ISPR taking clear position and warning the civil elements over creation of misunderstanding and defaming the ex Army Chief and Pakistan Army.