Military denies report on Pakistan-US joint operation in N Waziristan

Coordinated actions should not be mistaken for ‘joint operations', military officer clarifies.

August 07, 2012

RAWALPINDI: A military official on Tuesday rejected The Wall Street Journal report about a probable joint operation in North Waziristan by Pakistan and the US.    

“Coordinated actions on respective sides of the Pakistan-Afghan border are a part of routine efforts and should not be mistaken for ‘joint operations’,” the official said.

He further stated that the targeted action during the operation "Tight Screw" in North Waziristan by the Pakistan Army is an ongoing process.

“The operation to squeeze terrorists has been carried out for some months now and there is no new operation as mentioned in the report,” he said.

“When, where and how to carry out within our territory is up to Pakistan alone to decide,” he concluded.


DR.DURRESHAHWAR PERVEZ | 11 years ago | Reply We,as a Pakistani respect our arm forces.They are brave , courageous and strong enough to fight with the enemy.Keeping friendly relationship with America is our requirement.We are suppose to do what America wants us to do.We but can never get free from IMF Loan. Every Government promises to bring the prices down but it;s impossible.. DR.DURRESHAHWAR PERVEZ .
DR.DURRESHAHWAR PERVEZ | 11 years ago | Reply

We are proud of our arm forces,GOD bless them.Keeping a friendly relationship with America is our requirement.

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