Pak Army denies military operation in troubled Balochistan province
Islamabad, July 18 (ANI): The Pakistan military has denied mounting any operation in the troubled Balochistan province.
"There is no military operation in any part of Balochistan and not a single soldier is out of the barracks," The Express Tribune quoted Director General Military Operation (DGMO) Major General Ishfaq Ahmed Nadeem, as saying.
"I want to make it clear that there is no military operation in Balochistan and this is a wrong perception being created through well-organised propaganda which should be countered," he said.
He said the army has no plans to establish new cantonments in various parts of the province, as per the decision of the provincial government.
Commenting on the Balochistan issue, he said the "army wants a political solution to the issue" and only dialogue and debate could pave the way for such a solution. He also said that the "army is nothing without the support of the people."
Major General Nadeem said the paramilitary forces always followed the direction of the provincial government and made it clear that the Frontier Corps was not involved in the missing persons issue. (ANI)
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