Army condemns ‘malicious social media campaign’ after helicopter crash

Rawalpindi (HRNW) The army condemned on Friday the highly unacceptable and regretful social media campaign after the unfortunate helicopter crash on August 1, said the military’s media wing.

According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the online campaign caused “deep anguish and distress” among the families of martyrs and rank & file of the armed forces.

“While the whole nation stood with the institution in this difficult time certain insensitive quarters resorted to hurtful & derogatory comments on social media,” the statement concluded.

Earlier this week, an army aviation helicopter went missing on Monday evening in Balochistan.

Six individuals including Commander 12 Corps Lt Gen Sarfraz, who was supervising flood relief operations in Balochistan’s Lasbela, were on board.




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