Former DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor Warns India Once Again On His Farewell!

Former DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor Warns India Once Again On His Farewell!

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Pakistan is currently in a sorrow state as the nation’s favorite army brat Major General Asif Ghafoor got transferred. The man who always believes in the ‘Pakistan First’ notion will no longer be serving as the Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (DG ISPR). On his farewell, yesterday, the Ex-DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor yet again, alerted India of Pakistan’s wrath on the event of any political escalation.

Former DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor warned India of Pakistan’s retaliation!

Backing Pakistan and schooling India on its naive strategies, Asif Ghafoor has sure created many fans globally. Previously, now former DG ISPR even called out Indian Army Chief for constantly provoking war and disrupt the region’s peace. However, this week, on Thursday, the outgoing DG ISPR once again warned the rival neighbor India of Pakistan’s retaliation whilst speaking on his farewell.

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Moving on, the former Pakistan Army spokesperson suggested India, refrain from warmongering activities. According to local media reports, Asif Ghafoor cleared that Pakistan has always promoted peace in the region and will continue to do so. Further, he advised India to understand the importance of peace instead of throwing filthy tantrums.

”The Indian leaders should also be aware of the importance of peace in the region!”

Stating Pakistan’s stance on rival neighbor’s war agenda, the former DG ISPR as always, kept peace the prime motive. Particularly, Asif Ghafoor said, ”The civil and military leadership of Pakistan desire peace in the region without compromising on country’s sovereignty, while the Indian leaders should also be aware of the importance of peace in the region”.

Moreover, Asif Ghafoor responded to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s earlier statement against Pakistan. He stated, ”I want to tell them that Pakistan Army will always continue to give you [India] surprises. How an Indian military which could not suppress freedom movement of 80 million Kashmiris, can finish Pakistan of 210 million people in seven to 10 days”.

Asif Ghafoor responds to PM Narendra Modi’s naive comments!

Apparently, India’s illegal take over on the Kashmir valley couldn’t end Kashmiris’ upheld fighting spirit fro freedom. Well, recently, PM Modi had released that the India forces can end Pakistan in a week to 10 days maximum. Quoting the same statement, the former DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor’s straightforward response deserves appreciation.

DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor

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Putting forward Pakistan’s part in maintaining peace, he said, ”Preparedness of Pakistan’s armed forces and their professional ability and effective response also paved the way for peace. The international community should also be aware of this threat”. Further, Asif Ghafoor applauded Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa’s effective decisions.

‘Bajwa Doctrine’ and peace promotion in the region!

Calling the ‘Bajwa Doctrine’ the reason behind achieving peace and harmony, Asif Ghafoor praised the COAS. ”We will have to face all difficulties together as no worldly power can defeat a united nation. The famous Bajwa Doctrine is achieving peace in the country and region without compromising on the country’s sovereignty”, he maintained.

DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor

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”Defence reporters raised the morale of armed forces through their responsible reporting. I issued all my statements as military spokesman”, he concluded. Well, our favorite DG ISPR after trolling Indians many times will now be serving as the General Officer Commanding 40 Infantry Division in Okara.

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