Pakistan top civil-military leadership meets: A meeting of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Apex Committee on Security has been schedule for tomorrow at the Governor’s House by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
All the service heads, including the chiefs of the ISI and the Army, Lt. Gen. Nadeem Anjurm and General Asim Munir, will be present at the meeting.
The gathering takes place in the wake of one of the worst assaults ever launched against Pakistan’s security personnel, a suicide bombing that left over 100 people dead and 216 others injured in a mosque near the Peshawar Police Lines. Since the TTP’s withdrawal from the ceasefire accord in November of last year, the nation of South Asia has been dealing with a fresh wave of terrorism.
The civil-military leadership will evaluate the preliminary inquiry report during the meeting and is anticipate to make significant choices to reduce terrorism in the nation.
The highest military leadership decide on January 31 that those responsible for the suicide bombing in Peshawar, which claimed at least 100 people, would be brought to just punishment.
The 255th Corps Commanders’ Conference, which was convene at General Headquarters and presided over by Chief of Army Staff General Syed Asim Munir, expressed the resolve. The Peshawar police line bombing martyrs received heartfelt homage at the forum.
Such immoral and cowardly acts, according to COAS, cannot weaken the nation’s resolve to win the ongoing war against terrorism. He emphasized that there would be zero tolerance for any terrorist entity.