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GWADAR: Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif, speaking at the Peace and Prosperity seminar on Tuesday, said Indian intelligence agency RAW is actively involved in destabilising Pakistan.

“Hostile intelligence agencies are averse to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC),” said the chief of army staff.



Let me make it clear that we will not allow anyone to create impediments and turbulence in any part of Pakistan, added General Raheel Sharif.

He urged those involved in such activities to leave the approach of confrontation and focus on cooperation instead.

Read: No indigenous armed movement in Balochistan: IG FC Balochistan

Referring to CPEC as a corridor of peace and prosperity, he added that CPEC is the grand manifestation of the deep-rooted ties between China and Pakistan.


“It (CPEC) will bind all these nations together and bring about an economic transformation through enhanced connectivity,” said Raheel Sharif.

Final stages of military operation
General Raheel also touched upon the ongoing counter-insurgency operation, and acknowledged that Pakistan has come a long was in its struggle for stability and development.


“I take pride in mentioning the strong resolve and sacrifices offered by the people, intelligence and law enforcement agencies, and our gallant armed forces.”

“Operation Zarb-i-Azb is not just an operation, but a wholesome concept. It ultimately aims at breaking the syndicate of terrorism, extremism and corruption,” emphasised the chief of army staff.



On the occasion he also urged to international community to not only acknowledge Pakistan’s successes and sacrifices, but also come forward in blocking external help to terrorist organisations and their facilitators, abettors and financiers.

CPEC poised to bring true economic transformation
General Raheel, referring to CPEC, said that it is a lifetime opportunity for Pakistan and is poised to bring a true economic transformation to the province of Balochistan.

“We look forward to the emergence of modern infrastructure, special economic zones, health facilities and universities which will bring enduring benefits for our people.”

He also emphasised on the sustainability of the project, which would only come with good management and transparency.


“It is pertinent to mention that, though Gwadar is central to the broader conception of CPEC, the corridor itself ranges from Western China to the plains and coasts of Pakistan and promises to bring prosperity to the remotest areas of Pakistan from Gilgit-Baltistan to Balochistan.” said General Raheel.

He added that zooming out to regional and global level, many world powers have appreciated the true potential of CPEC as a catalyst of economic transformation for the entire region.


Jadhav's arrest
Law enforcement agencies announced the arrest of Jadhav during an intelligence-based raid in Balochistan's Chaman last week.

The Indian Foreign Ministry earlier confirmed the arrested man was a former Indian Navy officer, but the Pakistani government claimed to have recovered travel documents and multiple fake identities of Jadhav, establishing him as an Indian spy who entered into Balochistan through Iran — holding a valid Iranian visa.

Jadhav was shifted to Islamabad for interrogation, during which an unnamed official said the spy revealed that he had purchased boats at the Iranian port in Chabahar in order to target Karachi and Gwadar ports in a terrorist plot. The official had said the 'RAW agent' is believed to be expert at Naval fighting techniques.

Also read: Jadhav's phone calls to family in Marathi gave him away: report

After Jadhav's arrest, Pakistan summoned Indian High Commissioner Gautam Bambawale to lodge a strong protest over 'India's spying activities' in Balochistan and Karachi.

Following revelations by the Indian spy, security was tightened across Balochistan, especially at the shared borders with Iran and Afghanistan.






Gen Asim Bajwa ‏@AsimBajwaISPR
Hostile int agencies averse to this grand project.Specially Indian int Agency,RAW is blatantly involved in destabilising Pakistan/CPEC-7




Gen Asim Bajwa ‏@AsimBajwaISPR
wont allow anyone to create impediments& turbulence in any part of Pakistan.Hence imp for all to leave behind confrontation&focus on coop-8



Gen Asim Bajwa ‏@AsimBajwaISPR
Gwadar-#COAS in seminar:CPEC is grand manifestation of deep rooted ties b/w China&Pak.A Corridor of peace&prosperity 4 the whole region-1
 

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GWADAR: Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif, speaking at the Peace and Prosperity seminar on Tuesday, said Indian intelligence agency RAW is actively involved in destabilising Pakistan.

“Hostile intelligence agencies are averse to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC),” said the chief of army staff.



Let me make it clear that we will not allow anyone to create impediments and turbulence in any part of Pakistan, added General Raheel Sharif.

He urged those involved in such activities to leave the approach of confrontation and focus on cooperation instead.

Read: No indigenous armed movement in Balochistan: IG FC Balochistan

Referring to CPEC as a corridor of peace and prosperity, he added that CPEC is the grand manifestation of the deep-rooted ties between China and Pakistan.


“It (CPEC) will bind all these nations together and bring about an economic transformation through enhanced connectivity,” said Raheel Sharif.

Final stages of military operation
General Raheel also touched upon the ongoing counter-insurgency operation, and acknowledged that Pakistan has come a long was in its struggle for stability and development.


“I take pride in mentioning the strong resolve and sacrifices offered by the people, intelligence and law enforcement agencies, and our gallant armed forces.”

“Operation Zarb-i-Azb is not just an operation, but a wholesome concept. It ultimately aims at breaking the syndicate of terrorism, extremism and corruption,” emphasised the chief of army staff.



On the occasion he also urged to international community to not only acknowledge Pakistan’s successes and sacrifices, but also come forward in blocking external help to terrorist organisations and their facilitators, abettors and financiers.

CPEC poised to bring true economic transformation
General Raheel, referring to CPEC, said that it is a lifetime opportunity for Pakistan and is poised to bring a true economic transformation to the province of Balochistan.

“We look forward to the emergence of modern infrastructure, special economic zones, health facilities and universities which will bring enduring benefits for our people.”

He also emphasised on the sustainability of the project, which would only come with good management and transparency.


“It is pertinent to mention that, though Gwadar is central to the broader conception of CPEC, the corridor itself ranges from Western China to the plains and coasts of Pakistan and promises to bring prosperity to the remotest areas of Pakistan from Gilgit-Baltistan to Balochistan.” said General Raheel.

He added that zooming out to regional and global level, many world powers have appreciated the true potential of CPEC as a catalyst of economic transformation for the entire region.


Jadhav's arrest
Law enforcement agencies announced the arrest of Jadhav during an intelligence-based raid in Balochistan's Chaman last week.

The Indian Foreign Ministry earlier confirmed the arrested man was a former Indian Navy officer, but the Pakistani government claimed to have recovered travel documents and multiple fake identities of Jadhav, establishing him as an Indian spy who entered into Balochistan through Iran — holding a valid Iranian visa.

Jadhav was shifted to Islamabad for interrogation, during which an unnamed official said the spy revealed that he had purchased boats at the Iranian port in Chabahar in order to target Karachi and Gwadar ports in a terrorist plot. The official had said the 'RAW agent' is believed to be expert at Naval fighting techniques.

Also read: Jadhav's phone calls to family in Marathi gave him away: report

After Jadhav's arrest, Pakistan summoned Indian High Commissioner Gautam Bambawale to lodge a strong protest over 'India's spying activities' in Balochistan and Karachi.

Following revelations by the Indian spy, security was tightened across Balochistan, especially at the shared borders with Iran and Afghanistan.






Gen Asim Bajwa ‏@AsimBajwaISPR
Hostile int agencies averse to this grand project.Specially Indian int Agency,RAW is blatantly involved in destabilising Pakistan/CPEC-7




Gen Asim Bajwa ‏@AsimBajwaISPR
wont allow anyone to create impediments& turbulence in any part of Pakistan.Hence imp for all to leave behind confrontation&focus on coop-8



Gen Asim Bajwa ‏@AsimBajwaISPR
Gwadar-#COAS in seminar:CPEC is grand manifestation of deep rooted ties b/w China&Pak.A Corridor of peace&prosperity 4 the whole region-1
Its sad that HE has to speak on this matter.
 

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He is an Army General and he should know better that it's a tit for tat game. You are getting a payback for what you are doing to us.
 

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Hi,

At least someone is doing the job, even though that's not his responsibility. But someone has to look after the country.

When you have ganja tinda on PM chair it sis not very unusual to find such peculiarity
That guy is doing two jobs. I wish he was our PM. Things would have been so good then.
 

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That guy is doing two jobs. I wish he was our PM. Things would have been so good then.
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Nope, the guys simply does not have the capacity to run a democratic institution. Hes been trained to give and take orders without any questions asked, something in principle that you would not find in civil govt. Over their, every policy can be questioned by voters
 

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On the occasion he also urged to international community to not only acknowledge Pakistan’s successes and sacrifices, but also come forward in blocking external help to terrorist organisations and their facilitators, abettors and financiers.
So what has been the international community's response so far to this urging?
 

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Nope, the guys simply does not have the capacity to run a democratic institution. Hes been trained to give and take orders without any questions asked, something in principle that you would not find in civil govt. Over their, every policy can be questioned by voters
United States of America
 

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The Army under Raheel Sharif has done a good job supporting projects launched by the PML-N government. On the other hand, Imran Khan and others in opposition should stop playing politics, sabotaging CPEC, launching dharnas, etc. They must learn people want stability and prosperity and they are pleased the way things are moving.
 
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Hi,
Kindly avoid in writing one liner as they do not make any sense. Please me more elaborative next time.

Thanks
I thought that was enough.

Anyway, you do realize that in U.S most of the decisions are taken by CIA/Military/etc.

People are just "fooled" into buying their idea. They do a drama/campaign to shape people's opinion.
 

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I thought that was enough.

Anyway, you do realize that in U.S most of the decisions are taken by CIA/Military/etc.

People are just "fooled" into buying their idea. They do a drama/campaign to shape people's opinion.
Hi,

If you read clearly what I said, Nowhere I mentioned any example but rather I said in principle.

Regardless, You have check and balance system there. You don't see their generals or politicians not following traffic rules or bypassing immigration, something that you would never find in any third world country for that matter. No one is above law !
 

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Hi,

If you read clearly what I said, Nowhere I mentioned any example but rather I said in principle.

Regardless, You have check and balance system there. You don't see their generals or politicians not following traffic rules or bypassing immigration, something that you would never find in any third world country for that matter. No one is above law !
I responded to a different point. If you want your "order" to be followed without protests, just shape public opinion ;)

And our army can do that very well, they just need get Media under their control ;)
 

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