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(L to R) Chief of Military Employees Normal Qamar Javed Bajwa, Prime Minister Imran Khan, and Director-Normal Inter-Providers Intelligence Lt Gen Faiz Hamid meet on the PM’s Workplace in Islamabad, on January 25, 2021. — Twitter 
  • COAS Bajwa, Prime Minister Imran Khan meet at PM Workplace
  •  Lt Gen Faiz Hamid was additionally current in the course of the assembly
  • The three officers mentioned issues associated to nationwide safety

ISLAMABAD: Chief of Military Employees Normal Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday known as on Prime Minister Imran Khan, in response to the PM’s Workplace.

The prime minister’s workplace, within the tweet, talked about that the Director-Normal of Inter-Providers Intelligence Lieutenant Normal Faiz Hamid was additionally current in the course of the assembly.

In accordance with the tweet, the prime minister, the military chief, and the intelligence’s high official mentioned issues associated to nationwide safety.

Learn extra: PM Imran Khan, COAS Gen Bajwa vow to deliver culprits to justice

The event comes two weeks after the military chief and DG ISI had known as on PM Imran Khan, and COAS Bajwa had vowed that the culprits behind the Machh bloodbath can be delivered to justice.

They mentioned the nationwide safety scenario and condemned the “unfortunate Machh incident”, mentioned a quick assertion issued by the PM Workplace.

Learn extra: Gen Bajwa, DG ISI meet PM Imran Khan to debate inside, exterior safety scenario

The continual human rights violations in Indian Kashmir and the frequent ceasefire violations over the Line of Management (LoC) additionally got here underneath dialogue.

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