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  • COAS visits HQ Southern Command Multan, Kot Abdul Hakim.
  • Military chief addresses individuals of a coaching train.
  • COAS says focus stays on enhancing typical functionality.

Chief of Military Employees (COAS) Basic Qamar Javed Bajwa stated Wednesday the military is a well-trained and battle-hardened cohesive drive that is able to tackle any problem confronting the defence and safety of Pakistan.

The military chief’s assertion got here throughout his go to to Kot Abdul Hakim, in response to Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR).

The troops have been busy in an train throughout the military chief’s go to. Whereas interacting with them, he stated such workouts improve the boldness of troops and hone skilled abilities for enhancing their optimum fight potential.

The troopers have been partaking in an built-in coaching of strike corps troops, the place they have been practising drills and procedures involving the crossing of main water obstacles as a part of an offensive manoeuvre, the ISPR stated.

The military chief instructed the troops that regardless of challenges, our focus stays on enhancing the traditional functionality of the “Pakistan Army including ISR, air defence, cyber, and mechanisation”.

“Only a well-trained army equipped with future battlefield technologies can safeguard sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country,” the COAS stated.

The military chief, earlier than going to Kot Abdul Hakim, had visited the Headquarters of the Southern Command Multan, the army’s media wing stated.

Over there, he was given an in depth briefing on the operational, coaching, and administrative issues of the formation, the army’s media wing stated.

Earlier on arrival on the HQ Southern Command, the COAS was obtained by Commander Southern Command Lieutenant Basic Muhammad Chiragh Haider, the ISPR added.

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