Bajwa humiliated Pak Army while leaving, accepted the bitter truth

Bajwa humiliated Pak Army while leaving, accepted the bitter truth
Pakistan's outgoing army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, a few days before his retirement, admitted that the military establishment has been involved in politics. Along with this, he also claimed that the army has now decided to stop interfering in politics. According to the Dawn newspaper, while addressing the Defense and Martyr's Day celebrations, the army chief said that armies are rarely criticized around the world, but our army is often criticized. I think the reason for this has been the involvement of the army in politics, that is why in February the army decided not to interfere in politics anymore. He said that many sectors used inappropriate language while criticizing the army. It is the right of political parties and people to criticize the army, but for this, the language should be used carefully.
last speech as army chief
Bajwa started the ceremony by saying that this was his last address as the army chief. Dawn quoted the army chief as saying, "I am retiring soon. This time this ceremony is being organized with little delay. Significantly, Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa is retiring on 29 November. Now he will be replaced by Lieutenant General Aseem Munir. Defense and Martyrs' Day celebrations are held every year at the General Headquarters (GHQ) Rawalpindi on 6 September to remember the sacrifices of the martyred heroes of the 1965 war. However, this year it was postponed to show solidarity with the flood victims across the country. In this ceremony, General Bajwa said, 'The army had started the process of 'catharsis ie cleanliness'. In such a situation, it is expected that political parties will also follow it and consider their conduct. He said that lessons should be learned from such mistakes so that the nation can move forward.
Told political stability is very important
Along with this, General Bajwa said that the country is going through a serious economic crisis and no one political party alone can save the country from this economic crisis. He said, 'Political stability is very important. The time has come that all political stakeholders should shed their egos and move forward after learning lessons from past mistakes and getting Pakistan out of this crisis. Along with this, General Bajwa took a jibe at the political establishment for not terming the Indo-Pak war of 1971 and the partition of Bangladesh as a failure of the army. He also took a dig at Imran Khan.

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