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DG ISPR says, ‘no chance of martial law in Pakistan’

Major General Ahmed Sharif Chaudhry, Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (DG-ISPR), has ruled out the prospect of martial law in Pakistan.

DG ISPR Major General Ahmed Sharif Chaudhry told a private news channel that despite internal and external propaganda, the armed forces remain unified. “There is no chance of martial law in Pakistan.”

He stated that military leadership, including Commander of Army Staff (COAS) General Asim Munir, believes in democracy and that the Pakistan Army is united under the leadership of the army commander.

“No one has tendered resignation in the armed forces,” a representative for the military’s media department noted. The DG ISPR dismissed the unfounded rumors of martial law in the country.

On May 10, the Pakistan Army threatened a strong response’ if miscreants carried out further attacks on military and state infrastructure, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) reacted to violent protests following the detention of PTI chief Imran Khan.

After miscreants attacked army sites, the military’s media wing declared that May 9 would be regarded as a dark day in history. “According to [National Accountability Bureau] NAB’s declaration, the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was arrested from the high court in accordance with the law.”

According to the report, concerted attacks on army properties and installations occurred shortly after Imran Khan’s detention, and anti-army slogans were chanted.

“On the one hand, evil elements incited public sentiments for self-serving purposes; on the other hand, they used to emphasize the importance of armed forces to the country, which is an example of double standards.”

“We have identified the facilitators, planners, and political miscreants.” The bad elements will be held accountable, and strict legal action will be taken. If future attacks on military and state installations occur, a firm response will be issued.”

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