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COAS Gen Bajwa appreciates Nationwide Safety Coverage, calls it ‘nice step’

COAS Gen Bajwa
Chief of Military Employees (COAS) Basic Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday appreciated the launch of the Nationwide Safety Coverage and referred to as it a “nice step”.

The assertion got here throughout a casual dialog with the media on the launch ceremony of the nation’s first-ever Nationwide Safety Coverage 2022-2026.

Whereas speaking to the media, Gen Bajwa appreciated the steps taken by the state to make sure the nationwide safety of the nation and referred to as the coverage a “nice step”, sources stated.

Speaking concerning the coverage, he additional stated that navy safety is one side of the Nationwide Safety Coverage.

The COAS additionally stated that the doc will assist make sure the nationwide safety of the nation.

Prime Minister Imran Khan launched the general public model of the nation’s coverage on Friday, saying the “nation is now headed in the suitable route.”

“The unique model of the coverage will stay labeled, however a public model of the doc shall be launched,” the premier stated, in response to Radio Pakistan.

The PM, addressing the launch ceremony of the coverage, stated nationwide safety was outlined “in the suitable method” within the new coverage, as Pakistan had a one-dimensional thought: “We solely want navy safety”.

The prime minister stated the one-dimensional mindset prevailed in Pakistan as we had “insecurities” attributable to wars towards India in 1948 and 1965.

He additionally paid tribute to the armed forces and stated that regardless of a persistent risk of terror to the nation, the best way that Pakistan’s safety forces fought towards terrorism, was commendable.

PM Imran Khan famous that the largest safety of a state is its individuals. “When the individuals turn into stakeholders of the nation, it turns into the best nationwide safety.”