Pak-Iran Joint Patrolling News is factually Incorrect: ISPR

RAWALPINDI: The Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR) confirms that the news published by DAWN Newspaper is factually incorrect on Monday.

The tweet by DG ISPR‘s official account said “News Published by Dawn today titled “Pak-Iran Forces jointly conducts border patrolling is factually incorrect. There is no joint patrolling anywhere on Pakistani Borders. Patrolling/operations if required are always on respective sides by respective forces through coordination”.

Pak-Iran Joint Patrolling New is factually Incorrect: ISPR

According to the news published in Dawn newspaper says “Security forces of Pakistan and Iran have conducted another joint patrolling of the border between two countries near taftan town of Chagai district”.

Pak-Iran Joint Patrolling New is factually Incorrect: ISPR

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