Islamabad, Feb 6 (ANI): Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has asked opposition leader Chaudhry Nisar to apologise for his statements on the army.
Malik said that if the people of the country start criticising the army, then there will be no difference between the people and other states, including India, which malign the institution.
"The states can fight as much as they want to, but the institutions should be kept aside," The Express Tribune quoted him, as saying.
"Chaudhry Nisar is like my elder brother... I hope he will apologise," Malik added.
He added that he wants to apologise to the army, and everyone who was hurt by the statements, on behalf of the government and the parliament.
Nisar, during his speech in the National Assembly on Friday, had slammed the army and the security agencies, and had called on the prime minister to deal with them strictly.
He raised the criticism in light of the recent extra-judicial killings, which included the murder of four GHQ attack suspects who were killed after being picked up from the Adiala Jail. (ANI)
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