Here’s to friends: PM, COAS reiterate will to implement NAP in letter and spirit

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SIDDEEQ SAJID

ISLAMABAD

Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday discussed the latest security situation of the country and borders.

They hailed the role of international community to ease the tension between Pakistan and India.

Both met at the Prime Minister Office and discussed the latest situation on line of control, working boundary and international border

They reiterated that armed forces were fully prepared to thwart any misadventures of adversary, sources told.

Army chief took the prime minister into confidence on professional and operational affairs of Pakistan army and told that all three forces were in state of high alert.

Sources claimed that both also discussed the actions against banned organizations under national action program and showed their commitment to continue actions against such elements without any discrimination that were challenging the writ of the state and for this NAP’s all 20 points will be implemented in letter and spirit.

Prime minister and army chief hailed the efforts and role of USA, Saudi Arabia, UK, China, Turkey and UAE to defuse the tension between Pakistan and India and made it clear again that Pakistan wanted peace in the region but shall not compromise on its security and defense at all.