The APS tragedy convicts include military officers

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The Prime Minister should have told the Supreme Court that those responsible, including military officers, have been punished. The state cannot decide whether to pardon or shed blood on behalf of the martyrs. Statement of Khalid Lodhi
The APS tragedy convicts include military officers


ISLAMABAD – Defense Analyst General (retd) Naeem Khalid Lodhi said that all those involved in the APS tragedy, including military officers, have been punished. Speaking on the NN program, he said that perhaps due to lack of time, the Prime Minister appeared before the Supreme Court without any preparation as many things should have been said by the Prime Minister in the Supreme Court, but he was not given a briefing which is a mistake.

He said that those responsible for the APS tragedy, including military officers, have been punished but it is not publicized. He further said that the attack on APS was such a big attack that I will not defend the security agencies that only civilians were responsible for this and that is why I have informed you that those who have been convicted and punished for this tragedy include military officers and There were fine sentences.

Gen (retd) Naeem Khalid Lodhi said that those whose livers were snatched from them could not be satisfied with any action, they should not be treated harshly but should always be treated well. There is nothing more they can do. It is like sprinkling salt on their wounds. The state cannot decide to pardon or shed blood on behalf of the martyrs.

سانحہ اے پی ایس فوجی افسران کو بھی سزائیں مل چکی ہیں، جنرل (ر) نعیم خالد لودہی @arifhameed15 #APS_PESHAWAR_CASE #KhabarHai #GNN pic.twitter.com/3zHYS6MuVh

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It should be noted that the Supreme Court had summoned Prime Minister Imran Khan yesterday.

A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed heard the Army Public School tragedy case on Wednesday. When Prime Minister Imran Khan appeared at the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s summons in the Army Public School tragedy self-notice case the Chief Justice said Prime Minister, come on. I believe in the rule, there is no sacred cow in the country you order we will take action.

The Prime Minister said that we had nothing to do with 9/11, we did not know who was a friend and who was enemy, I said at that time this is a war of America, we should not interfere I was martyred, I said we should be neutral, we had nothing to do with 9/11, we didn’t know who was a friend and who was enemy.

The Prime Minister said that when the tragedy took place in 2014, our government was in KP. On the night of the tragedy, we called a meeting of our party. We had gone to Peshawar on the day of the incident. Imran Khan said that whatever the provincial government could do, the parents say we do not need help from the government. Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan said that according to the report no special measures were taken.

The Chief Justice said that the protection of the people is the responsibility of the state in the Constitution of Pakistan. Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan said that it was important to reassure the parents. Supreme Court directs execution of order dated October 20, on which PM Imran Khan assures Supreme Court

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