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Govt, Army do not appear to be on the same page

Lahore : Veterans of Pakistan (VOP) said recent statements of the federal ministers make it doubtful that government and the Army are on the same page in the fight against terrorism. It expressed deep concern as the Foreign Minister (FM) agreed with the US demand that Pakistan needs to do more including the elimination of the ... Read More »

Raheel’s daring gesture to restore confidence of masses, investors

Lahore: The Pakistan Ex-servicemen Association (PESA) on Friday supported the bold action of the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gen. Raheel Sharif by converting his warning of accountability across the board into reality. COAS took an unprecedented action to dismiss thirteen serving Army officers, including one Lt Gen and one ... Read More »

Powerless Rangers will be unable to discharge duties, be withdrawn: PESA

Lahore: The Pakistan Ex-servicemen Association on Thursday said the latest step of the Sindh Government showing its intent to curtail powers of the Rangers with particular reference to fight against terrorism is against the national interests. Lt Gen Ali Kuli Khan, President of PESA and members of the Executive Council ... Read More »

Military’s unhappiness over slow implementation of NAP justified:PESA

Lahore: The Pakistan Ex-servicemen Association on Friday regretted the reaction of some of the politicians to Corps Commanders concern over slow implementation of National Action Plan (NAP). Some politicians are terming the concern expressed by army as interference in political affairs which is contrary to the facts as it is ... Read More »

Ex-servicemen condemn deadly Taliban church attacks

Lahore: The Pakistan Ex-servicemen Association (PESA) on Monday expressed deep shock and anguish at tragic loss of innocent lives due to deadly Taliban attack on two churches at Lahore. Lt Gen Ali Kuli Khan and members of PESA said that this was not only a crime against humanity but gross violation of ... Read More »

PESA welcomes Govt decision not to initiate talks with India

Rawalpindi: The Executive Council of Pakistan Ex-servicemen Association (PESA) held a meeting to discuss current situation in the country, particularly, in relation to national security.  Lt. Gen Ali Kuli Khan, Vice Admiral Ahmad Tasnim, Lt. Gen Naeem Akbar, Air Marshal Masood Akhtar, Brig Mian Mahmud, Mr Salim Nawaz Gandapur, Brig Simon ... Read More »

Ex-servicemen demand new elections after ECP admission of gross irregularities

Lahore: The Pakistan Ex-servicemen Association (PESA) on Monday said Government must opt for fresh elections after Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) admitted irregularities during the elections. It said that losses during the floods have exposed tall claims and mismanagement by various government departments that failed to protect life and property ... Read More »

Terrorism can push country towards a major disaster:PESA

Rawalpindi: The  (PESA) on Monday said division among the masses on the way to deal with the issue of terrorism can push country towards a major disaster. The tragedy that that has struck Quaid-e-Azam International Airport should serve as a wakeup call for all those who support talks with terrorists. Peace ... Read More »

Fazlullah is determined to avenge his defeat in Swat:PESA

Lahore: The Pakistan Ex-servicemen Association (PESA) on Monday said the tragedy that that has struck Quaid-e-Azam International Airport at Karachi appears to have burst the bubble of good governance in Pakistan. Claim of TTP that this attack was a reaction to recent killings of some terrorists in a local operation is ... Read More »

PESA doubles security of churches for Christmas

Lahore: A meeting of the Executive Council of Pakistan Ex-Servicemen Association (PESA) was held on Thursday under the chairmanship of President of PESA Lt. Gen Ali Kuli Khan. It carried out a review of the security arrangements at various churches and deep appreciation of the security companies involved. In view ... Read More »

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