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SAPM honors on duty police personnel by spending Eid with them

SAPM Jawad Sohrab Malik praised the high morale, courage, and dedication of the police personnel for being away from their homes to ensure a peaceful Eid for the people.

Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) Jawad Sohrab Malik on Monday reviewed the security arrangements across the Capital Territory on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr while spending the Eid day with Islamabad Police personnel.

SAPM Jawad Sohrab Malik, praised the high morale, courage, and dedication of the police personnel while talking to them.

He hailed them for their professionalism in ensuring the best possible security arrangements during the holy month of Ramazan and on Eid day.

The SAPM said, “Jawans deserve a special recognition for sacrificing their precious family time on a holy day and being away from their homes to ensure a peaceful Eid for the people.”

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The third day of Eid is being celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm across the country. People are visiting the homes of their relatives and friends to greet them.

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir on Saturday visited the Pak-Afghan border at Bajaur to spend Eidul Fitr with troops and to uplift their morale and resolve.

According to the army’s media wing, the COAS Munir hailed the commitment and professionalism of the soldiers posted at the border. The army chief lauded the border security arrangements and operational preparedness.

He expressed that the military is committed to the defense of the frontiers and Pakistan’s armed forces are always ready to thwart any threat to ensure the territorial integrity of Pakistan.

Meanwhile, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Sahir Shamshad Mirza and the services chiefs felicitated the nation on the occasion of Eid ul Fitr.

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Muslims all over the world are celebrating the occasion as Eid marks the end of the holy month of Ramazan. New York’s iconic Empire State Building was lit in green to celebrate the Eid ul-Fitr holiday.

Courtesy: APP with additional input by GVS