Levelling baseless charges against the state institutions is a part of the fifth generation war. LOH Senator Dr Shahzad Waseem.
Islamabad: (03-June-2021) Leader of the House Dr Shahzad Waseem speaking in the senate on Thursday, said that the facts would be made public in journalist Asad Toor’s incident. He said the government had reached close to tracing the culprits who would have to face the law. Dr Shahzad said the baseless allegations against the security institutions were part of fifth generation warfare which would be discouraged.
Leader of the House in the Senate Dr Shahzad Waseem asserted that promulgation of ordinances was something permissible under the Constitution. He said the previous PPP and PML-N governments promulgated 26 ordinances per month on average.
He said it had become a fashion to bash the national security institutions without any evidence. “Levelling baseless charges against the state institutions is part of the fifth generation war and many friends are trapped without knowing about it. To weaken the security institutions and other entities like the judiciary is part of the fifth generation war.”
Mr Waseem said no one was above the law and that injustice would be done to none with regards to the new media law. “The impression is being given that Islamabad has become dangerous for journalists. The ordinances are presented in the house under the Constitution, and if they are not presented then they will be repealed,” he said.