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Army’s top brass reposes ‘full confidence’ in Pakistan’s ‘robust’ security of nuclear, strategic assets

Dawn.com Published October 18, 2022 Updated about 2 hours ago




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<p>Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa chairs the Corps Commanders’ Conference at the General Headquarters, Rawalpindi, on October 18, 2022. — Photo via ISPR</p>

Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa chairs the Corps Commanders’ Conference at the General Headquarters, Rawalpindi, on October 18, 2022. — Photo via ISPR
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The army’s top brass reposed on Tuesday complete confidence in Pakistan’s nuclear command and control structure and security arrangements for safeguarding the country’s strategic assets.
In a statement issued after the 252nd Corps Commanders’ Conference, the military’s media affairs wing said, “Forum reposed full confidence in Pakistan’s robust nuclear command and control structure and security arrangements related to country’s strategic assets.
“As a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has taken all measures necessary to strengthen its nuclear security regime, at par with international best practices,” the meeting at the General Headquarters was told.
The military leadership’s assertion comes after US President Joe Biden raised doubts about Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal last week, saying that the country may be “one of the most dangerous nations in the world”.
He made the remarks during a Democratic congressional campaign committee reception last Thursday while speaking about the changing geopolitical situation globally.
The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, was a man who knew what he wanted but had an “enormous” array of problems, the US president said.
“How do we handle that? How do we handle that relative to what’s going on in Russia? And what I think is maybe one of the most dangerous nations in the world: Pakistan. Nuclear weapons without any cohesion,” Biden had gone on to say.
The remarks created an uproar in Pakistan, with Acting Foreign Secretary Jauhar Saleem calling in US Ambassador in Islamabad Donald Blome to deliver a “strong demarche” for Biden’s comments.
“Pakistan’s disappointment and concern were conveyed to the US envoy on the unwarranted remarks, which were not based on ground reality or facts.
“It was made clear that Pakistan was a responsible nuclear state and its impeccable stewardship of the nuclear programme and adherence to global standards and international best practices was well acknowledged, including by the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency),” a statement issued by the Foreign Office last Friday said.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif rejected US Biden’s comments as “factually incorrect and misleading”.
Pakistan had proven to be a “most responsible nuclear state” over the past decades whose nuclear programme was managed through a “technically sound and foolproof command and control system”, a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office quoted him as saying.
For their part, US officials have come up with clarifications over Biden’s statement on at least occasions.
Last Friday, US Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said that the US president viewed a “secure and prosperous” Pakistan as “critical” to its interests.
She added that there was “nothing new” to his remarks as he had made similar comments before too.
More recently, US State Department spokesperson Vedant Patel told journalists in Washington shortly after a meeting between Ambassador Masood Khan and Counselor Derek Chollet on Monday that America was confident of Pakistan’s ability to keep its nuclear assets safe and secure.

Security situation discussed​

Among other matters discussed during the Corps Commanders’ Conference today was the country’s security situation.
“Participants took a comprehensive review of the prevailing internal and external security situation and operational preparedness of the army,” the Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR) statement said.
It added that Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa, who presided over the meeting, expressed satisfaction over the operational preparedness of the formations and reiterated the army’s resolve to defend the motherland against all threats.
“The COAS lauded formations’ operational readiness and sustained efforts during flood relief duties,” the statement read.
It further said the forum was briefed on the army’s assistance to the civil administration for relief and rehabilitation efforts in flood-affected areas and the post-flood situation, particularly in Sindh and Balochistan.
 

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What kind of a joke is this ?

the same generals caught with their pants down, are giving assurances ! ?
and people are supposed to believe this ?

They just bent over and lent their azz to the US,
TTP is back in swat
Balochistan isn't solved.
People are taping the PM office,

and the generals are saying, its ok, no problem all is well.

pizza party !
 

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What kind of a joke is this ?

the same generals caught with their pants down, are giving assurances ! ?
and people are supposed to believe this ?

They just bent over and lent their azz to the US,
TTP is back in swat
Balochistan isn't solved.
People are taping the PM office,

and the generals are saying, its ok, no problem all is well.

pizza party !

Don't worry they will respond it with a song
 

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What kind of a joke is this ?

the same generals caught with their pants down, are giving assurances ! ?
and people are supposed to believe this ?

They just bent over and lent their azz to the US,
TTP is back in swat
Balochistan isn't solved.
People are taping the PM office,

and the generals are saying, its ok, no problem all is well.

pizza party !

TTP is back in Swat by the army, for the army, so they can use them to justify their existence.
Nothing to solve in Balochistan ... Army has been killing people there since the 50s and allowing for status quo to remain. Few soldiers dying from poor families is no big deal for the brass.
Not people, but MI and ISI taping politicians to keep them in check and blackmail as needed.

So of course generals are saying no problem at all, as its literally not a problem for them.

 

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TTP is back in Swat by the army, for the army, so they can use them to justify their existence.
Ptm propaganda.
People sitting on other side of border are saints..?
Do you know they invaded in 50s.
Who supported faqir of ippi?
And then again another invasion in 1960.
who supported baloch insurgents in 70s. And alzulfiqar in 80s?
Who was supporting USSR..who invited them?
They are at war with us.
 
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Jirni k ttp swat Aaye hay us say zayda to Lahore Karachi aur Islamabad mai honi hay...

Dozen or so militants and every one is in a melt down
I am sure they will be dealt with in due time and with India Afghanistan and Iran as 3 out of 4 neighbors I don't think we need to justify keeping a strong army
 

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Army’s top brass reposes ‘full confidence’ in Pakistan’s ‘robust’ security of nuclear, strategic assets

Dawn.com Published October 18, 2022 Updated about 2 hours ago




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<p>Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa chairs the Corps Commanders’ Conference at the General Headquarters, Rawalpindi, on October 18, 2022. — Photo via ISPR</p>

Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa chairs the Corps Commanders’ Conference at the General Headquarters, Rawalpindi, on October 18, 2022. — Photo via ISPR
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The army’s top brass reposed on Tuesday complete confidence in Pakistan’s nuclear command and control structure and security arrangements for safeguarding the country’s strategic assets.
In a statement issued after the 252nd Corps Commanders’ Conference, the military’s media affairs wing said, “Forum reposed full confidence in Pakistan’s robust nuclear command and control structure and security arrangements related to country’s strategic assets.
“As a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has taken all measures necessary to strengthen its nuclear security regime, at par with international best practices,” the meeting at the General Headquarters was told.
The military leadership’s assertion comes after US President Joe Biden raised doubts about Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal last week, saying that the country may be “one of the most dangerous nations in the world”.
He made the remarks during a Democratic congressional campaign committee reception last Thursday while speaking about the changing geopolitical situation globally.
The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, was a man who knew what he wanted but had an “enormous” array of problems, the US president said.
“How do we handle that? How do we handle that relative to what’s going on in Russia? And what I think is maybe one of the most dangerous nations in the world: Pakistan. Nuclear weapons without any cohesion,” Biden had gone on to say.
The remarks created an uproar in Pakistan, with Acting Foreign Secretary Jauhar Saleem calling in US Ambassador in Islamabad Donald Blome to deliver a “strong demarche” for Biden’s comments.
“Pakistan’s disappointment and concern were conveyed to the US envoy on the unwarranted remarks, which were not based on ground reality or facts.
“It was made clear that Pakistan was a responsible nuclear state and its impeccable stewardship of the nuclear programme and adherence to global standards and international best practices was well acknowledged, including by the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency),” a statement issued by the Foreign Office last Friday said.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif rejected US Biden’s comments as “factually incorrect and misleading”.
Pakistan had proven to be a “most responsible nuclear state” over the past decades whose nuclear programme was managed through a “technically sound and foolproof command and control system”, a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office quoted him as saying.
For their part, US officials have come up with clarifications over Biden’s statement on at least occasions.
Last Friday, US Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said that the US president viewed a “secure and prosperous” Pakistan as “critical” to its interests.
She added that there was “nothing new” to his remarks as he had made similar comments before too.
More recently, US State Department spokesperson Vedant Patel told journalists in Washington shortly after a meeting between Ambassador Masood Khan and Counselor Derek Chollet on Monday that America was confident of Pakistan’s ability to keep its nuclear assets safe and secure.

Security situation discussed​

Among other matters discussed during the Corps Commanders’ Conference today was the country’s security situation.
“Participants took a comprehensive review of the prevailing internal and external security situation and operational preparedness of the army,” the Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR) statement said.
It added that Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa, who presided over the meeting, expressed satisfaction over the operational preparedness of the formations and reiterated the army’s resolve to defend the motherland against all threats.
“The COAS lauded formations’ operational readiness and sustained efforts during flood relief duties,” the statement read.
It further said the forum was briefed on the army’s assistance to the civil administration for relief and rehabilitation efforts in flood-affected areas and the post-flood situation, particularly in Sindh and Balochistan.
they are right. they will defend their homeland with their lives.

Their homeland 👇 👇 👇 👇
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Elements from India kill Pakistanis.

Response: We will not accept India’s hegemony. We will give a befitting reply.


Elements from Afghanistan kill Pakistanis.

Response: Forgive and forget, they are our muslims brothers.
 

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If a Order comes from Pentagon, these Generals will lie their w()men to serve, leave things at them and they will sell the country for a DHA land in the outskirts of Washington.
 

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"And what I think is maybe one of the most dangerous nations in the world: Pakistan. Nuclear weapons without any cohesion,” Biden said.

USA is not getting a loop hole to do anything about Pakistan's ever increasing nuclear arsenal except than keeping an eye on it and trying to highlight it as a threat when talking about Russia, Russian war and Russian nuclear capability. This helplessness of USA has been since 90's when sanctions were imposed, F-16s were embargoed, funding to Pakistan were stopped, punished Pakistan by packing up from Afghanistan twice without any consideration for security dynamics of the region, recent CSF was stopped, embargoed Zulus and other related machinery yet Pakistan never rolled back the nuclear plans, neither stopped production of nuclear weapons or nuclear carrying platforms.

Hopefully, this statement by Biden should pacify Indians who are losing sleep over scheduled F-16 upgrades for PAF.

Army’s top brass reposes ‘full confidence’ in Pakistan’s ‘robust’ security of nuclear, strategic assets

Dawn.com Published October 18, 2022 Updated about 2 hours ago




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<p>Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa chairs the Corps Commanders’ Conference at the General Headquarters, Rawalpindi, on October 18, 2022. — Photo via ISPR</p>

Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa chairs the Corps Commanders’ Conference at the General Headquarters, Rawalpindi, on October 18, 2022. — Photo via ISPR
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The army’s top brass reposed on Tuesday complete confidence in Pakistan’s nuclear command and control structure and security arrangements for safeguarding the country’s strategic assets.
In a statement issued after the 252nd Corps Commanders’ Conference, the military’s media affairs wing said, “Forum reposed full confidence in Pakistan’s robust nuclear command and control structure and security arrangements related to country’s strategic assets.
“As a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has taken all measures necessary to strengthen its nuclear security regime, at par with international best practices,” the meeting at the General Headquarters was told.
The military leadership’s assertion comes after US President Joe Biden raised doubts about Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal last week, saying that the country may be “one of the most dangerous nations in the world”.
He made the remarks during a Democratic congressional campaign committee reception last Thursday while speaking about the changing geopolitical situation globally.
The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, was a man who knew what he wanted but had an “enormous” array of problems, the US president said.
“How do we handle that? How do we handle that relative to what’s going on in Russia? And what I think is maybe one of the most dangerous nations in the world: Pakistan. Nuclear weapons without any cohesion,” Biden had gone on to say.
The remarks created an uproar in Pakistan, with Acting Foreign Secretary Jauhar Saleem calling in US Ambassador in Islamabad Donald Blome to deliver a “strong demarche” for Biden’s comments.
“Pakistan’s disappointment and concern were conveyed to the US envoy on the unwarranted remarks, which were not based on ground reality or facts.
“It was made clear that Pakistan was a responsible nuclear state and its impeccable stewardship of the nuclear programme and adherence to global standards and international best practices was well acknowledged, including by the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency),” a statement issued by the Foreign Office last Friday said.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif rejected US Biden’s comments as “factually incorrect and misleading”.
Pakistan had proven to be a “most responsible nuclear state” over the past decades whose nuclear programme was managed through a “technically sound and foolproof command and control system”, a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office quoted him as saying.
For their part, US officials have come up with clarifications over Biden’s statement on at least occasions.
Last Friday, US Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said that the US president viewed a “secure and prosperous” Pakistan as “critical” to its interests.
She added that there was “nothing new” to his remarks as he had made similar comments before too.
More recently, US State Department spokesperson Vedant Patel told journalists in Washington shortly after a meeting between Ambassador Masood Khan and Counselor Derek Chollet on Monday that America was confident of Pakistan’s ability to keep its nuclear assets safe and secure.

Security situation discussed​

Among other matters discussed during the Corps Commanders’ Conference today was the country’s security situation.
“Participants took a comprehensive review of the prevailing internal and external security situation and operational preparedness of the army,” the Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR) statement said.
It added that Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa, who presided over the meeting, expressed satisfaction over the operational preparedness of the formations and reiterated the army’s resolve to defend the motherland against all threats.
“The COAS lauded formations’ operational readiness and sustained efforts during flood relief duties,” the statement read.
It further said the forum was briefed on the army’s assistance to the civil administration for relief and rehabilitation efforts in flood-affected areas and the post-flood situation, particularly in Sindh and Balochistan.
Any nation not adhering to USA demands is a dangerous nation for USA, a clear concept that Pakistani Military top brass is moving in the correct direction.
 

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Ptm propaganda.
People sitting on other side of border are saints..?
Do you know they invaded in 50s.
Who supported faqir of ippi?
And then again 1960.
Then who supported baloch insurgents in 79s. And alzulfiqar in 80s?

They are at war with us.

Who is supposed to man the border? Why is it that till recently TTP couldnt cross the border and only resorted to cross border fires but now they roam in swat (no border with Afghanistan), dir, bajaur, mohmand? And that too with their heavy weapons and huge convoys of vehicles? How t f did they cross over? Where were the lumber 1? You cannot fool the ppl all the time, these baboons have always been B team of army and used to assert their power.
 

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Who is supposed to man the border? Why is it that till recently TTP couldnt cross the border and only resorted to cross border fires but now they roam in swat (no border with Afghanistan), dir, bajaur, mohmand? And that too with their heavy weapons and huge convoys of vehicles? How t f did they cross over? Where were the lumber 1? You cannot fool the ppl all the time, these baboons have always been B team of army and used to assert their power.


Idhar to bhai chor b mahfooz hatho'n m hain , nukes to next level p hain :D
 

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Who is supposed to man the border? Why is it that till recently TTP couldnt cross the border and only resorted to cross border fires but now they roam in swat (no border with Afghanistan), dir, bajaur, mohmand? And that too with their heavy weapons and huge convoys of vehicles? How t f did they cross over? Where were the lumber 1? You cannot fool the ppl all the time, these baboons have always been B team of army and used to assert their power.
Till WoT.. the locals used to man the border in FATA .. They didn't want pakistan army.
TTP was a direct reaction of their presence there.
Some you see in outskirts of Matta area have returned after a peace deal. The day this deal collapses they will get taken out like sitting ducks. The peace deal helps IEA have influence on ttp which they don't have atm the two senior ttp leaders are held by IEA they will be squashed the day ttp tries to regroup in tribal areas..
No big event has happened yet in Matta ..noone has been killed nor any ransom spree. So calm dafuq down and wait and watch..
 

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