Pakistan reiterates resolve to safeguard its sovereignty, territorial integrity at all costs

The National Security Committee has reiterated the unflinching resolve that sovereignty and territorial integrity of Pakistan are absolutely inviolable and sacrosanct and any attempt by anyone to breach it on any pretext will be responded with full might of the state. During today's meeting of the NSC that was held in Islamabad today with Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar ul Haq Kakar in the chair, the forum reaffirmed that the security and safety of the people of Pakistan is of paramount importance and no stone will be left unturned to ensure it. The meeting undertook a wholesome review of the situation and lauded the professional, calibrated and proportionate response by the Armed Forces of Pakistan against unprovoked and unlawful violation of Pakistan's sovereignty. During the meeting, participants were briefed about political and diplomatic developments bearing upon the prevailing situation between Pakistan and Iran and its impact on the overall security milieu in the region. Forum also took stock of t he 'Operation Marg Bar Sarmachar', which was successfully executed against Pakistani originated Baloch terrorists residing on the ungoverned spaces inside Iran. An update on the situation along the borders and necessary full preparations done to comprehensively respond to any further violation of national sovereignty was also deliberated about. The forum expressed that Iran, being a neighbourly and brotherly Muslim country, existing multiple communication channels between the two countries should be mutually utilized to address each other's security concerns in the larger interest of regional peace and stability. The meeting impressed upon Pakistan's commitment to sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries in accordance with the UN charter and international norms. The Committee also reiterated the resolve to deal with the menace of terrorism, in all its forms and manifestations, with an iron hand. The forum also highlighted that Pakistan has suffered far more than any other country due to thi s scourge of terrorism. The meeting concluded that in line with the universal principles governing the conduct of good neighbourly relations, the two countries would mutually be able to overcome minor irritants through dialogue and diplomacy and pave the way to further deepen their historic relations. The meeting was attended by the Caretaker Ministers for Defence, Foreign Affairs, Finance and Information, Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, Chief of the Army Staff, Chief of Naval Staff and Chief of Air Staff as well as heads of intelligence agencies. Source: Radio Pakistan

Pakistan reiterates resolve to safeguard its sovereignty, territorial integrity at all costs

The National Security Committee has reiterated the unflinching resolve that sovereignty and territorial integrity of Pakistan are absolutely inviolable and sacrosanct and any attempt by anyone to breach it on any pretext will be responded with full might of the state. During today's meeting of the NSC that was held in Islamabad today with Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar ul Haq Kakar in the chair, the forum reaffirmed that the security and safety of the people of Pakistan is of paramount importance and no stone will be left unturned to ensure it. The meeting undertook a wholesome review of the situation and lauded the professional, calibrated and proportionate response by the Armed Forces of Pakistan against unprovoked and unlawful violation of Pakistan's sovereignty. During the meeting, participants were briefed about political and diplomatic developments bearing upon the prevailing situation between Pakistan and Iran and its impact on the overall security milieu in the region. Forum also took stock of t he 'Operation Marg Bar Sarmachar', which was successfully executed against Pakistani originated Baloch terrorists residing on the ungoverned spaces inside Iran. An update on the situation along the borders and necessary full preparations done to comprehensively respond to any further violation of national sovereignty was also deliberated about. The forum expressed that Iran, being a neighbourly and brotherly Muslim country, existing multiple communication channels between the two countries should be mutually utilized to address each other's security concerns in the larger interest of regional peace and stability. The meeting impressed upon Pakistan's commitment to sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries in accordance with the UN charter and international norms. The Committee also reiterated the resolve to deal with the menace of terrorism, in all its forms and manifestations, with an iron hand. The forum also highlighted that Pakistan has suffered far more than any other country due to thi s scourge of terrorism. The meeting concluded that in line with the universal principles governing the conduct of good neighbourly relations, the two countries would mutually be able to overcome minor irritants through dialogue and diplomacy and pave the way to further deepen their historic relations. The meeting was attended by the Caretaker Ministers for Defence, Foreign Affairs, Finance and Information, Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, Chief of the Army Staff, Chief of Naval Staff and Chief of Air Staff as well as heads of intelligence agencies. Source: Radio Pakistan

PEMRA advises media to abide by ECP’s code of conduct

Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority has advised national electronic media to abide by code of conduct issued by Election Commission. The directives issued by the PEMRA stated that all its licensees are obliged to abide by code of conduct issued by Election Commission in the run of elections being held on February 8. The ECP specified any violation of code will be treated seriously and allegations made by one candidate against another will require confirmation from both sides before prosecution can commence. Source: Radio Pakistan