Army chief General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani.—File Photo

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff Gen Ashfaq Pervez Kayani has summoned an important meeting of the Corps Commanders for Wednesday, DawnNews reported.

Kayani will chair the session during which some key issues, including the Army chief's recent meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry, are expected to be discussed.

The Army chief met Kerry on Sunday during his scheduled visit to Jordan. According to the ISPR, both discussed the reconciliation process in Afghanistan and security issues concerning the South Asian Region.

Sources told DawnNews that Kayani will take the Corps Commanders into confidence over his meeting with the US Secretary of State.

Other key issues, including decisions relating to the Army's support to the ECP during the coming general election, and the reconciliation process in and Nato troops withdrawal from Afghanistan are likely to be discussed during the meeting.

Opinion

Editorial

Another lynching
Updated 22 Jun, 2024

Another lynching

The chilling alternative to not doing anything — which appears to be the state’s preferred option — is the advent of mob rule.
Tax & representation
22 Jun, 2024

Tax & representation

THE taxation measures outlined in the budget for the incoming fiscal year have triggered a lot of concern among ...
Life of the party?
22 Jun, 2024

Life of the party?

THE launch of Awaam Pakistan, a party led by former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and former finance minister...
KP’s ‘power struggle’
Updated 21 Jun, 2024

KP’s ‘power struggle’

Instead of emboldening protesters, CM Gandapur should encourage his provincial subjects to clear their due bills and ensure theft is minimised.
Journalist’s murder
21 Jun, 2024

Journalist’s murder

ANOTHER name has been added to the list of journalists murdered in Pakistan. On Tuesday, Khalil Jibran’s vehicle...
A leaner government?
21 Jun, 2024

A leaner government?

FINANCE Minister Muhammad Aurangzeb has reiterated his government’s ‘commitment’ to shutting down ministries...