Mohsin Naqvi, PAF Base, Mianwali,

ًCM Punjab visited Mianwali, admires Jawans

Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi paid a visit to PAF Base Mianwali and the Judicial Complex today, accompanied by the Chief Secretary and Inspector General of Police. They received a comprehensive briefing on the  attack and the resulting damages caused by the agitators.
Mohsin Naqvi expressed his deep admiration for the courageous police and security forces jawans who successfully thwarted the terrorist attack on PAF Air Base Mianwali. He highly praised their bravery and unwavering dedication to duty. During the visit, he inspected the site where a fixed aircraft stood outside the airbase, taking note of the damages caused by the attack.
Additionally, he witnessed the devastating effects of the fire and destruction in the judicial complex, providing necessary instructions to the relevant authorities for its reconstruction, repair, and maintenance.
Addressing the media outside the PAF Airbase, Mohsin Naqvi asserted, “Our brave jawans demonstrated exceptional courage in defending the airbase and averting a potentially catastrophic situation. The planning behind this terrorist attack had the potential for immense damage. Thanks to Allah Almighty, the officers and jawans of the Pakistan Air Force and Punjab police have set a remarkable example by safeguarding the airbase. We will strongly recommend medals for those officers and jawans who bravely thwarted this attack. Any individual who violates the law will face legal consequences.”
He asserted that strict legal action would be taken against those who violated the law, emphasizing that terrorism cases have been registered against the assailants involved in the airbase attack. Mohsin Naqvi assured that none of the culprits would be spared, and to date, 54 individuals connected to the attack have been apprehended, with a total of 323 arrests made in Mianwali.
Responding to a question, he underscored the symbolic importance of the erected aircraft and the reason for his presence at the site, highlighting its significant symbolism. He reiterated his commitment to bringing all perpetrators to justice and firmly assured that no one would escape the consequences of their actions.
IG police highlighted the substantial financial loss incurred when a police vehicle is destroyed, amounting to approximately one and a half crore rupees, which ultimately affects taxpayers. The Commissioner and RPO of Sargodha, along with the Deputy Commissioner and DPO of Mianwali, were also present during the visit.

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