Banners requesting COAS to remain eliminated in Rawalpindi

Banners requesting COAS to stay removed in Rawalpindi
Intelligence companies have despatched a report back to the provincial authorities after banners have been discovered hanging from the elevated monitor of the metro bus service within the cantonment space, asking the Chief of Military Workers (COAS) Common Raheel Sharif to remain in workplace after his tenure is over, in keeping with a safety official.

The banners contained images of the military chief and requested him to not retire together with the identify of a political celebration, Transfer on Pakistan.

The banners, which contained messages like “khuda ke liye, janey ki batein janey do”, have been taken down by the particular department and officers of different intelligence companies and have been despatched to the authorities involved. They have been additionally discovered hanging from avenue lights and electrical energy poles on Haider Street, Kashmir Street, Murree Street and in Civil Lanes, the place officers of the judiciary and metropolis district administration reside.

The chief organiser of the celebration, Ali Hashmi informed he had fashioned the celebration on January 7, 2013 and had additionally registered it with the Election Fee.

He stated 1000’s of comparable banners had been hung throughout the nation.

“The celebration’s marketing campaign is for the restoration of peace, training and well being and till peace is restored, training and well being targets can’t be met,” he stated.

Related posters have been additionally discovered on the pillars of the elevated monitor of the metro bus service in Saddar, however they have been later eliminated.

In January, ISPR had introduced that Common Sharif is not going to search nor settle for an extension of his workplace as military chief. The military chief, who has accomplished his second time period in workplace, has repeatedly stated that he helps the democratic course of.

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