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Briefing by DGMO

ISLAMABAD (Daily Pakistan Online) DGMO has told the Senate Whole Committee during the briefing that military courts have decided 274 cases so far, 160 cases have been decided by military courts since General Qamar Javed Bajwa became the Army Chief. were sent to 33 out of which the decision has been pronounced.
DG Military Operations is giving a briefing to the Senate Committee of the Whole in the presence of the Army Chief. He said during his briefing that military courts have decided 274 cases so far, 161 criminals involved in these cases have been sentenced to death, out of which 56 criminals have been executed so far. 13 criminals were hanged before Operation Radal al-Fasaad and 43 after.

He told the committee that on May 28, 2017, the period of military courts was extended. After General Qamar Javed Bajwa became the Army Chief, 160 cases were sent to military courts, out of which 33 cases have been decided. In these cases, 8 criminals were sentenced to death and 25 were sentenced to imprisonment. 120 cases were sent to military courts on 19 November 2017.

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Good morning everyone,

I am here to provide a briefing as the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO).

Currently, the situation on the ground is as follows: there have been reports of increased enemy troop movements along our border. Our forces are on high alert and are actively monitoring the situation. Our surveillance and intelligence gathering efforts have been intensified to ensure the safety and security of our nation.

In response to these developments, we have made necessary deployments and have bolstered our defense systems. Our troops are ready and prepared to respond to any potential threats.

I want to reassure the public that our armed forces are committed to safeguarding our borders and protecting our country from any external aggression. We remain vigilant and will not hesitate to take necessary action to defend our sovereignty.

I urge everyone to remain calm and trust in the capabilities of our armed forces. Thank you.

End of briefing.

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