ISLAMABAD (Online) - Presidential Spokesman Farhatullah Babar has said that Pakistan Army might have crossed the line by publicly defying President Asif Ali Zardari, who is supreme commander of three armed forces of the country. A private TV channel quoted Farhatullah Babar as saying that there are forums for the army to raise certain issues. Defence Committee of the Cabinet is there and the Defence Ministry is there and it would have been proper that such concerns should have been conveyed through that forum rather than issuing press statement, expressing concern over the Kerry-Lugar Bill, he said. The Army has to explain its position, he said. Babar defended the bill categorically. The Army, he said, issued statement at that time when President Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani had made the government position clear that they are supportive of the bill and it is in countrys favour, he said. Under the Constitution, the federal government has command and control of three armed forces of the country and they are supposed to act under that, he said.