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COAS deemed events that unfolded on May 9 as deeply saddening, condemnable

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RAWALPINDI :In a strong statement, the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Syed Asim Munir, declared that the nation would not forgive nor forget those responsible for the May 9 incidents.

COAS expressed these sentiments during his visit to the Police Line in Islamabad on the occasion of Pakistan Martyrs’ Day, as confirmed by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

General Syed Asim Munir deemed the events that unfolded on May 9 as deeply saddening and condemnable. He emphasized that the nation would not tolerate any disrespect towards the memorials of martyrs or any actions that undermined their honor.

The sacrifices made by these martyrs cannot be erased by any means. The Pakistan army, along with the police and other law enforcement agencies, serves as a symbol of the state and acts as its frontline defense.

General Munir praised their unwavering commitment and readiness to make any sacrifice for the country’s dignity.

The COAS conveyed a resolute message to the families of the martyrs, assuring them of the solidarity and support of the people and armed forces. He emphasised that both the nation and its forces stand firmly with the families of martyrs from all law enforcement agencies.

Upon his arrival at the police line, Chief of Army Staff General Syed Asim Munir was warmly received by Inspector General of Police Islamabad, Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan.

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