Pakistan Navy Command and Staff Conference reviews overall situation

Pakistan Navy Command and Staff Conference

Pakistan Navy Command and Staff Conference reviews overall situation in Islamabad today (Wednesday).


Naval Chief Admiral Zafar Mehmood Abbasi chaired while field commanders participated in the conference via video link.

Pakistan Navy Command and Staff

The forum reviewed regional security situation, operational preparedness of Pakistan Navy, training matters of soldiers, and welfare activities of the force.

Naval Chief was briefed about Pakistan Navy’s ongoing and future endeavors. He expressed satisfaction over the operational preparedness of Pakistan Navy.

The conference reiterated to continue relief efforts in various parts of the country in view of Coronavirus outbreak along with operational preparations.

Earlier, Foreign Office categorically rejected baseless Indian allegations of “infiltration attempts.”

Baseless Indian allegations

In a statement on Tuesday, the FO rejected unfounded claims of targeting of “launching pads” across the Line of Control (LoC).

Moreover, it noted obviousness of Indian propaganda machine is in over-drive.

Pakistan also rejected the provocative statements of the Indian Defence Minister, including his recent preposterous claim that “we are dominating the enemy….” There is nothing new about Mr. Rajnath Singh’s delusions; nor about his belligerent anti-Pakistan rhetoric.

Repeated Indian allegations have one primary purpose:

To divert world attention from India’s state-terrorism and grave human rights violations in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IoJ&K), the statement said and added that India also sought to use these allegations as a pretext for “false flag” operation.

Pakistan has been continuously sensitizing the international community about such an eventuality and urging India to desist from any ill-considered action.


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