Gen Bajwa visits army officer allegedly tortured by PML-N MPAs’ guards in Lahore – Pakistan

During a weekend visit to the Lahore garrison, General Qamar Bajwa of the Army Chief of Staff (COAS) met an army officer who had been tortured in a recent road-rage incident, reassuring him that the perpetrators would be brought to justice. A statement issued by the military media wing.

Major Harris was reportedly injured by guards at the PML-N MPA Khwaja Salman Rafique and Hafiz Nauman on Wednesday. According to the first intelligence report submitted by his father, Haris was attacked on Ferozepur Road after a minor dispute when vehicles from both sides made contact. His father said the suspects tortured his son with an iron rod, wounded him and fled the scene.

A video of men beating an officer with an iron rod went viral on social media. The video showed a policeman lying on the road unconscious and the suspects abusing him and endangering his life.

Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) announced today that General Bajwa visited the Allied Hospital in Lahore to inquire about the safety of an injured officer.

“COAS said the law will go smoothly. The perpetrators arrested will be brought to justice. COAS was convinced that no one could get their hands on the law,” ISPR added.

Lahore garrison visit

ISPR said the army commander had arrived at the Lahore garrison and greeted him by corps commander Lt. Gen. Muhammad Abdul Aziz.

COAS interacted with garrison officers and veterans in two separate dialogue sessions and thanked Lahore Corps for maintaining a high level of operational readiness and training.

He said misinformation and propaganda threaten the integrity of the country and require a timely and coordinated response to effectively counter speculation and rumors.

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“The army will not tolerate any effort to draw power from the people and create a wedge between the army and the people,” ISPR said. conclusion.