President warned to be aware of the Security Challenges in Upcoming Months

6th August 2021.

President Dr. ArifAlvi on Wednesday made it clear that due to ongoing tensions in the neighboring countries, it is time to be alert and cautious as the country might have to face security challenges in the upcoming months. He said this while attending a ceremony Shab-e Shuhuda conducted at Pakistan National Council of Arts (PNCA) to pay tribute to martyr police officers.

He is the ceremony warned that the next few months will be challenging as the situation and crises in neighboring countries affect the situation in Pakistan as well. He said this while referring to the situation in Afghanistan. He likewise mentioned that Pakistan is a peace sustaining and promoting the country, India had tried to disrupt the peace in the country attempting various strategies and we can also see the involvement of India in the Lahore attack.

The president advised policemen to acquire and learn modern technology to get rid of terrorism as they are front-line warriors. Adding to that he acknowledged the efforts made by the ICT police department in using and acquiring the latest technology. The president also mentioned that he feels proud to see that the families of a martyr are strong-headed and resilient people. They despite their loss are will to sacrifice furthermore for their state.


The interior minister also informed about the Indian attempt to launch hybrid warfare tactics and said that the capital’s police needs to be more vigilant by now. Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Qazi Jameel urRehman featured the means taken for the family of the martyr police officers.

Attock police have also settled different occasions to pay homage to their fellow police officers who got martyred while working for their country. The police officials visited the places of martyred police authorities across the region and dispersed exceptional gifts among their relatives.

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