A battle-hardened Pakistan army is “equally ready” to fight conventional wars after registering an “unprecedented level of successes” in its war against terror, army chief General Raheel Sharif has said. Visiting troops and war veterans at Sulemanki Sector on Saturday, General Raheel, who is expected to retire from service later this month, said that the military haf always measured up to any challenge. While interacting with the troops, General Raheel has said that the Pakistan Army proudly carries its heritage and tradition of soldiering and chivalry.
“Taking inspiration from our war heroes and their spirit of sacrifice, the Pakistan Army has always measured up to any challenge. With an unprecedented level of successes in war against terror, we have become the most battle-hardened army and are equally ready for conventional war,” the army chief was quoted as saying by a press release issued by the Inter Services Public Relations.
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