COAS Asim Munir's strong reaction to twin suicide bombing

COAS Asim Munir's strong reaction to twin suicide bombing

Army Chief General Asim Munir has stated that the Khawarij have sought refuge with Pakistan's enemies, condemning the attacks by the Khawarij on the 12th of Rabi ul Awwal.

He emphasized that terrorism has no connection with religion or ideology; terrorists are enemies of Pakistan and its people. The operation against terrorists will continue relentlessly until the curse of terrorism is eradicated. According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), General Asim Munir, the Chief of Army Staff, visited Quetta.

He attended a high-level meeting under the chairmanship of the Army Chief, where he was briefed on recent terrorist incidents in Mastung and Zhob. In the briefing, Federal Interior Minister Sarfaraz Bugti, Chief Minister Balochistan Ali Mardan Dumbki, and important provincial ministers also participated.

Prayers were offered during the meeting for the martyrs in Mastung, Hangu, and Zhob. Chief of Army Staff General Asim Munir praised the sacrifices of the martyrs and paid them rich tributes.

On this occasion, he stated that the incidents on the 12th of Rabi ul Awwal manifest the condemnable intentions of the Khawarij. They have obtained external state support, and they have no connection with the religion or ideology.

They are enemies of Pakistan and its people. The Chief of the Army Staff affirmed that the enemies' malicious designs will continue to face the full force of the state and security forces. The armed forces, intelligence agencies, and law enforcement agencies will not rest until the curse of terrorism is uprooted from the country. General Asim Munir further stated that the Pakistani people have rejected the ideologies of terrorists and their foreign sponsors.

The Pakistani people are resolute in their pursuit of peace, economic development, and human progress, which is causing significant discomfort to the hostile forces both within and outside Pakistan. Army Chief General Asim Munir also visited CMH Quetta, where he met with the wounded and the families of the victims of the Mastung incident.

The best possible medical treatment is being provided to the injured in Quetta. The Chief of Army Staff acknowledged the bravery of Balochistan Police and law enforcement agencies and commended their efforts. General Asim Munir assured the families of the martyrs and the wounded that the terrorists, their leaders, and facilitators will not be spared. He also visited Quetta and was warmly received by the Chief Minister of Balochistan and the Commander Southern Command.