ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Syed Asim Munir has said that the Constitution of Pakistan and the Parliament reflect the opinion of Pakistanis, ARY News reported on Friday.
During an in-camera session of the National Security Committee, COAS Syed Asim Munir said that the nation is the centre of gravity for the state of Pakistan. He congratulated the Parliament and lawmakers on the completion of 50 years of the 1973 Constitution of Pakistan.
COAS Munir said that Pakistanis are the centre of powers and the Constitution and the Parliament reflect their opinions.
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“The nation exercises its opinions through the Constitution and the Parliament and Allah Almighty is the supreme power. According to the Constitution, the powers will be exercised through the representatives elected by the nation.”
“This campaign is an approved strategy before the establishment of the state of Pakistan. In this campaign, all necessary elements including law, economy, social, and foreign affairs of the government alongside the security institutions will be included.”
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“This is not a new operation but it reflects the unshakeable confidence of the nation. There is no no-go area existing in Pakistan at this time. We achieved this success through a large number of shuhadah and ghazis,” said the army chief.
“More than 80,000 people rendered sacrifices in the war against terrorism. Terrorists have gotten no option other than accepting the state writ.”
After addressing the NSC, the army chief, DG ISPR and other senior military officers departed from the Parliament House.