- Military chief visits North and South Waziristan districts.
- Lauds troops’ dedication and professionalism for implementation of civil administration’s writ.
- Gen Bajwa appreciates tribal elders for his or her unflinching assist, sacrifices in combat in opposition to terrorism.
Chief of Military Employees Common Qamar Javed Bajwa on Tuesday pressured the necessity to stay vigilant in opposition to hostile makes an attempt to reverse the positive factors of Operation Radd ul Fasaad.
The military chief’s feedback, in response to Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR), got here throughout his go to to the North and South Waziristan districts immediately.
He was briefed on the progress of the border administration regime, stabilisation operations, socio-economic improvement initiatives together with the opening of border terminals.
The military chief spent an entire day with troops in Asman Manza, South Waziristan, and Mirali in North Waziristan, the army’s media wing stated.
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The military chief, whereas interacting with officers and males, lauded their dedication and professionalism in guaranteeing a safe and conducive atmosphere for implementation of the writ of civil administration in newly merged tribal districts.
“Pakistan is committed to peace and stability in the region and playing its part by solidifying border security and capacity enhancement of FC/LEAs,” he stated.
Interacting with tribal elders at Mir Ali, he appreciated them for his or her unflinching assist and sacrifices within the combat in opposition to terrorism. “Peace has largely returned to these areas. The hard-earned normalcy will be retained and enhanced through the collective efforts of the local population, civil administration, and LEAs. “
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To proceed the journey in direction of enduring peace and improvement we have to keep decided and united, the military chief stated.
Earlier, on arrival, Corps Commander Lieutenant Common Nauman Mahmood had acquired the military chief.