Pakistan army reiterates resolve to thwart any threat to Pakistan’s security

RAWALPINDI, Pakistan: Pakistan army has reiterated its resolve to thwart any threat to the Country’s security.

The resolve was reiterated in the 233rd Corps Commanders’ Conference held at Pakistan army’s general headquarters in Rawalpindi on Tuesday.

The Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa presided over the Corps Commanders’ Conference.

The forum reviewed the operational readiness and evolving threat spectrum in the context of external and internal security of the Country.

In his remarks, the COAS complimented efforts put in by all formations to maintain a high level of combat readiness particularly in the wake of the evolving regional security situation.

Taking special note of continued atrocities in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ&K) as illegal actions of August 5, 2019 complete one year next month, the forum paid tribute to brave Kashmiris for their legitimate struggle for freedom.

The COAS especially lauded efforts in aid of the civil administration in the fight against COVID -19 pandemic and Locust.

Stressing the need to exercise maximum care with respect to Eid Ul Azha and Muharram to maintain the gains achieved in countering the pandemic, the forum also appreciated efforts of doctors, healthcare workers, paramedics across the Country.

The COAS expressed complete satisfaction with the overall operational readiness of Pakistan army.