Army Corps Commanders resolve to thwart any threat to Pakistan security

Army Corps Commanders resolve to thwart any threat

Army Corps Commanders resolve to thwart any threat to Pakistan’s security.

They expressed this resolve during Corps Commanders Conference held in Rawalpindi today (Tuesday).

Army Corps Commanders resolve to thwart any threat

Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa presided the conference.

Top brass forum reviewed operational readiness and evolving threat spectrum in context of external and internal security of the country.

The Army Chief complimented efforts which all formations put to maintain high level of combat readiness particularly in the wake of evolving regional security situation.

The forum took special note of continued atrocities in Indian Occupied Kashmir as illegal actions of August 5, 2019 complete one year next month.

It also paid tribute to brave Kashmiris for their legitimate struggle for freedom.

Meanwhile, General Bajwa especially lauded efforts in aid of civil administration in fight against COVID -19 and LOCUST.

The conference also stressed the need to exercise maximum care with respect to Eid-ul-Azha and Muharram to maintain the gains achieved in countering the pandemic.

Furthermore, it also appreciated efforts of doctors, healthcare workers, paramedics across the country.

Moreover, the Army Chief expressed complete satisfaction with overall operational readiness of Pakistan Army.

Although Coronavirus has infected over 266000 people in Pakistan, 208,030 patients have so far recovered from the disease.

According to official data, 1,013 new coronavirus cases have surfaced in the country over the last twenty-four hours.

With these new cases, Coronavirus confirmed cases rose to 266,096.

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