- COAS Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa presides over 247th Corps Commanders’ convention.
- Navy brass given briefing on safety state of affairs in nation, significantly Balochistan.
- Convention lauds martyrs who helped repulse current terror assaults in Balochistan.
RAWALPINDI: Whereas praising the martyrs who repulsed the current assaults in Balochistan, Chief of Military Employees (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa vowed on Wednesday that the armed forces will “eliminate all remnants of terrorists, their abettors and accomplices” at “whatever the cost”, the Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) mentioned in an announcement.
In keeping with the army’s media wing, the military chief presided over the 247th Corps Commanders’ convention held at the General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi.
The convention was given a complete briefing on the safety state of affairs in the nation, significantly current incidents in Balochistan, the assertion mentioned, including that individuals of the convention had been additionally briefed on the steps being taken to “counter hostile efforts to destabilise Pakistan”.
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The army’s media wing mentioned that the high brass of the Military paid tribute to the martyrs who gave the “ultimate sacrifice” for the defence of the nation whereas repulsing the current terrorist assaults in Balochistan.
The ISPR mentioned that Gen Bajwa expressed “satisfaction over the operational preparedness of the formations and safeguards in place to thwart designs of inimical forces”.
“We have come a long way in our fight against terrorism. Armed forces — with the support of the nation — have conducted successful operations against terrorists of all hue and colour,” mentioned the military chief. The terrorists’ determined makes an attempt for revival won’t be allowed to succeed, he added.
“We will eliminate all remnants of terrorists, their abettors and accomplices whatever is the cost,” mentioned the military chief. He additionally directed the formations to deal with “maintaining high standards of basic military training” in order that operations in the typical and sub-conventional domains are executed successfully.
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The armed forces had efficiently averted two separate terror assaults in Naushki and Panjgur, Balochistan, on February 2, and accomplished the clearance operation in the space on February 5, killing 20 terrorists with the loss of 9 treasured troopers, together with a junior and senior military official.
The convention was additionally held a day after PM Imran Khan and armed forces chief Gen Bajwa visited Naushki to honour the Pakistan troops for his or her success and sacrifices made in a repulsing terror assault in the space.