The revival of terrorism would not be accepted, according to General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of the Army Staff (COAS).
According to a statement released by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the COAS reaffirmed this resolve while presiding over the 251st Corps Commanders’ Conference at the General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi.
The security environment was thoroughly examined at the conference, with an emphasis on the situation at the frontiers, internal security, and other army-related professional issues.
The discussion, according to the military’s media wing, focused particularly on the flood situation and the ongoing humanitarian efforts being made by army formations throughout the nation. It also covered internal and external security issues.
“The formations must leave no stone unturned to take action against terrorists in coordination with all LEAs (law enforcing agencies),” General Bajwa directed the troops.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa instructed all the formations to keep a constant vigil to protect against any threats after expressing satisfaction with the operational readiness of the army. The forum voiced its support for flood victims who were dealing with serious challenges and reaffirmed its commitment to providing the greatest amount of aid for their relief and recovery.
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COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa instructed the army to concentrate on providing relief, rehabilitation, reconstruction, and assistance in reestablishing normalcy in the flood-devastated area. Gen Bajwa also praised the formations for assisting those who were suffering and extending a helping hand.
The army chief commended the military medics and paramedics for their tireless emergency medical care services to flood victims, especially children and women, and for their efforts to stop the spread of water borne diseases in waterlogged areas.
Additionally, General Qamar Javed Bajwa thanked the army engineers and Frontier Works Organization (FWO) for urgently restoring the accessibility of vital routes and communication infrastructure.