Throughout the high-level assembly, sources said both allegedly discussed matters related to national safety.This is this 2nd publicised meeting between both in just a span of around a week.
The prime minister and the army leader had discussed the security situation of the nation, such as the improvements in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) throughout the last assembly.PM Imran had also hailed the Pakistan Army’s attempts to defend the boundaries while also ensuring internal security and facilitating the continuing Profession improvement.
Earlier this week, the military spokesperson refuted claims of an alleged split between the nation’s civilian and military leadership, reiterating that either side are on precisely the same page.
“That really is baseless gossip. There’s absolutely nothing of this kind,” said Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Major General Asif Ghafoor as he dismissed speculation that there was a lack of consensus between Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa.
“The army is encouraging a democratically elected authorities as per the constitution. There’ll not be any let-up in this [service ] as it’s a necessity for its advancement and prosperity of Pakistan.
“Maj Gen Ghafoor also taken assertions that the prime minister and army chief weren’t communicating as frequently as they had been at the early days of their Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)-led authorities.
PM Imran and COAS Bajwa had met on November 15 at the first these interaction between the two in recent months, particularly against the backdrop of a plethora of improvements — both on the internal as well as external arenas.