No organize terrorist network operate in Pakistan: DG ISPR

ISPR exposes Indian propaganda of capturing two terrorists from LoC

RAWALPINDI: Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major Gen Asif Ghafour on Thursday maintained that said that after successful military operations, no organize terror network is operating in Pakistan.
While briefing media, DG ISPR said that Pakistan civil and military forces have achieved tremendous success to eradicate terrorism from the country. He said that Pakistan want to withdraw forces from Western Border with Afghanistan, however, due to threats of militants’ infiltration from the other side of the border they are compelled to maintain vigilant security surveillance of the border. TTP or Daeesh are the reasons we are compelled to keep our forces on the border line, he told a press briefing today, adding troops’ deployment at the Afghan border is not against either Iran or Afghanistan. He underlined that a major terror threat was looming at Karachi, but it was foiled with the effort of security forces.
The army spokesperson said terrorists were also eyeing to target Bohra Community, but couldn’t succeed due to timely measures of our law enforcement agencies.
While commenting on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visit to Afghanistan, Asif Ghafour termed the visit successful and said that Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to jointly work against non-state actors. He said Pakistan had assured support to Afghanistan in restoration of durable peace and security in the war hit country.
When asked about the deployment of Rangers at accountability court during case proceedings against ex-PM Nawaz Sharif in corruption reference, he said that it is not compulsory for every order to be written. Asif Ghafoor told that Punjab Rangers were deployed at NAB court due to security threats.
Any declaration of Corps Commanders Conference was not issued and silence has its own language, he stressed while answering a question from media persons.

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