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In Peshawar go to, Pak Military chief reiterates help for Afghan peace

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  • Military chief lauds Peshawar Corps different LEAs for bringing stability in tribal districts
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Chief of Military Workers Normal Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday mentioned that Pakistan would proceed supporting the intra-Afghan peace dialogue, in keeping with the navy’s media wing.

The Inter-Providers Public Relation (ISPR), in a press release citing the military chief, mentioned that peace in Afghanistan would result in peace in Pakistan.

The military chief visited the Corps Headquarters Peshawar the place he was apprised of the safety state of affairs, border administration together with fencing, capability enhancement of Frontier Corps (FC) and police in newly merged tribal districts on account of the transition to stability.

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Appreciating officers and males of Peshawar Corps, the military chief lauded their efforts for bringing stability to the tribal districts.

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“Hailing sacrifices of [the] local populace for peace and their earnest support to Armed Forces in [the] war against terrorism, Gen Bajwa said that ongoing consolidation efforts shall take the hard-earned gains towards enduring peace and stability,” ISPR added.

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