Pakistani Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa made special arrangements for Hassan's transfer and treatment after he appealed to the former for help.
The happiness of the people knew no bounds as the news about selection of a daughter of Dir, Kainat for the fighter pilot course in PAF went viral on the social media on Sunday.
"My father never had a heart problem so it was sudden and shocking that he suffered a severe attack and could not survive," Salman Qadir said.
“Pakistan strongly condemns the use of Afghan soil by terrorists for activities against Pakistan and expects that Afghan government will not allow such activities, in future,” the military's media wing said.
Bajwa, who is due to retire on Nov.29, also said that the military had decided in February last year to quit any role in Pakistani politics, though analysts remain sceptical that it will do so. "I want to assure you that we're strictly binding on it, and will also abide by it in future," he said.
Pakistan has contributed 200,000 troops to UN peacekeeping missions across the world while 169 of them had laid down their lives to serve humanity globally, the Inter Services Public Relations said.
"It was the opinion of the institution and its leadership that Pervez Musharraf may return to the country in view of his poor health if the family so desires," Major General Babar Iftikhar said.
Inter-Services Public Relations Director General Maj-Gen Asif Ghafoor told a TV channel that the military is an impartial state institution, which always supports democratically elected governments in accordance with the Constitution.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday remembered former spinner Abdul Qadir as a “genius” a day after the legendary cricketer died of a heart attack.
Lockdown in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) is one of the worst instances of human rights violations, Imran said as he met families of martyrs and those injured in ceasefire violations across the LoC on Friday.