What is "Bajwa Doctrine", reveals DG ISPR

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RAWALPINDI: Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor has broken the silence over much quoted and spoken "Bajwa Doctrine".

He said the Bajwa doctrine (credited to Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa) is just aimed at making Pakistan a peaceful country.

Though, the Bajwa doctrine has nothing to do with the 18th Constitutional amendment, he said while responding to a query at a presser today.

The DG ISPR said Pakistan’s constructive role globally helped the United States become the sole super power of the world. The military’s spokesperson said Trump’s turbulent tweet [against Pakistan] on January 1 affected the regional politics. “The region is moving from geo-politics to geo-economy which everyone needs to understand.”

DG ISPR said India should be thankful to Pakistan for its role of buffer and cooperation with world powers for fighting war against militants <link> .

Maj. Gen. Ghafoor reiterated that Pakistan’s persistent efforts for peace should not be misconstrued as its weakness. He said if India continues to see CPEC with political lens, it will affect countries which are due to get benefits from the Pak-China corridor project. We have to take relative stability to enduring stability in the current economic condition, he added.

He said India committed 398 ceasefire violations along the border. He said the Indian aggression along Working Boundary and LoC was uncalled-for.

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