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ISPR serious concerns over safe havens and free activities of TTP in Afghanistan

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RAWALPINDI: Army Chief General Syed Asim Munir visited Quetta Garrison where he was briefed about the recent terrorist attacks in Zhob while Pakistan Army’s ‘safe’ sanctuaries and free activities of TTP in Afghanistan. But serious concerns have been expressed.

According to the Public Relations Department of the Pakistan Army (ISPR), Army Chief General Syed Asim was briefed about the recent terrorist attack in Zhob and on this occasion, the Army Chief paid tribute to the martyrs.

According to ISPR, the Army Chief visited the injured soldiers at CMH Quetta and appreciated their service to the nation and their determination.

In addition, the spokesman of the Pakistan Army said that the armed forces of Pakistan have serious concerns about the safe havens and free activities available to the TTP in Afghanistan. will not allow use for

The ISPR said that as per the commitments made in the Doha Agreement, there is concern about the involvement of Afghan nationals in terrorist activities in Pakistan, which needs to be addressed.

According to the ISPR, such attacks are intolerable and Pakistan’s security forces will respond effectively, operations against terrorists will continue indiscriminately, and the armed forces will continue to root out the scourge of terrorism from the country. Will not sit comfortably.

Earlier, on the arrival of the Army Chief, Corps Commander Quetta welcomed the Army Chief.

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