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DG ISPR dismisses the news of Pakistan-Iran forces ‘jointly patrolling’ border

Rawalpindi: Director General Inter-Services Public Relations Major General Asif Ghafoor has dismissed the news of Pakistan-Iran forces ‘jointly patrolling’ border.

DG ISPR dismisses the news of Pakistan-Iran forces ‘jointly patrolling’ borderJoint patrolling

According to the reports, DG ISPR has cleared the air on Monday shooting down all the news reports that claimed that both Pakistan and Iran security forces are secretly carrying out ‘joint patrolling’ at the Taftan border.

DG ISPR took to his Twitter handle and called the news as ‘factually incorrect’. He cleared that there is no joint patrolling taking place at the Pakistani borders. Rather the patrolling is taking place at the respective sides of the border.

He wrote, “There is no joint patrolling anywhere on Pakistani Borders. Patrolling/ operations if required are always on respective sides by respective forces through coordination.”

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DG ISPR dismisses the news of Pak-Iran forces 'jointly patrolling' border
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