Thursday, February 10, 2011
Top Brass Of Pak Army Says Court Will Decide Davis Fate
Reaffirming total commitment to rule of law in the country, the top brass of Pakistan Army Wednesday supported decision of the government that case of US national Raymond Davis was a sub judice matter and let the court handle it.
Well-placed sources told that Corps Commanders, who met at GHQ for the 136th Conference chaired by Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, made these observations in the light of talks held between the COAS and US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton on the sidelines of Munich Security Conference in Germany. The sources said that the COAS briefed the participants about his meeting with the US Secretary of State as well as other leaders during the conference.
He also briefed the participants about the security issues discussed in the Munich Conference. According to an ISPR press release, the conference was part of regular monthly meeting and the forum took a comprehensive overview of the security situation in the country and discussed various professional matters. The participants expressed satisfaction over the state of operational preparedness of the Army.