A lengthy Corps Commander Conference ended with the Army calling on the government, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf and Pakistan Awami Tehreek to resolve the ongoing crisis politically.

In a statement released by the ISPR, the army said it remained committed to ensuring the security of the state and wanted the political crisis settled without "recourse to violent means."

The statement as a potentially decisive moment in the current scenario was hailed by politicians while some analysts believed it "solidified" the political role of the military in the country. Here are some reactions from social media:

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