RAWALPINDI (92 News) – Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa on Thursday said that nation acknowledged and fully supported Pakistan Army’s contributions in fight against terrorism and militancy.
According to the Inter-Service Public Relation (ISPR), during his visit to Headquarters Southern Command, the army chief was briefed in Quetta about security situation of the province, pursuance of National Action Plan, Operation Raddul Fasaad and socio-economic development projects undertaken as part of Khushhal Balochistan Programme.
“Balochistan is the future of Pakistan and it is their duty to fully assist the government and people of the province towards a shining future,” COAS Gen Bajwa said.
The ISPR further said that the army chief expressed his satisfaction and hoped that these steps would help elevate the overall security and socio-economic indicators in the province.
Later, COAS Bajwa visited School of Infantry and Tactics, Quetta and met with the faculty, the ISPR said in its statement. He said that Pakistan Army had played an important role for reduction in the internal security threats, as well as effective response along the borders.
He also said that nation acknowledged and fully supported Pakistan Army’s contributions in fight against terrorism and militancy.
“We shall always come up to the expectations of the people of Pakistan who are our real strength,” General Bajwa said.
COAS says focused to achieve stable, peaceful country
Qamar Javed Bajwa has reiterated that Pakistan is focused and determined to achieve a stable, peaceful and normalized country. He was addressing participants of the 4th Pakistan-UK Stabilization Conference at National Defence University (NDU) in Islamabad on Tuesday.
While interacting with participants, General Bajwa focused on internal and external security situation of the country and his vision of an enduring peace within Pakistan and the region.
He also highlighted prospects of Geo-political environment, security challenges and CPEC towards economic development of the region.
Later, Commander UK Field Army Lieutenant General Patrick Sanders called on General Qamar Javed Bajwa and discussed regional security issues and matters of professional interest with him.