The Pakistan Army is ready to lend a hand the federal government to deal with theÂ state of affairs bobbing up out of a police crackdown towards protesters in Islamabad, however the army management has sought answers e to some key questions before deployment of troops, resources stated on Sunday.
According to the resources, in its reaction to governmentâ€™s request for deployment of military , army officers have despatched a letter to the ministry of internal, pronouncing the military used to be ready to discharge its constitutional duty of aiding the federal government.
Pointing out flaws in governmentâ€™s plan, the army officers stated police weren’t used to their full capability whilst coping with the protesters.
They stated in spite of Rangersâ€™ presence along the police, no written orders got to the paramilitary drive, the resources quoted the army officers as pronouncing .
The resources stated the military commanders are of the view that historically military is deployed to include the location all the way through riots as an alternative of dispersing protesters.