RAWALPINDI: Chief of Military Employees (COAS) Common Qamar Javed Bajwa congratulating the graduating cadets at PAF Academy on Tuesday mentioned Pakistan is a peace loving nation that had rendered nice sacrifices for regional and world peace.
The commencement ceremony of 144th GD (P), ninetieth Engineering Course and a hundredth AD programs was held at Pakistan Air Drive (PAF) academy Asghar Khan and Military Chief Common Qamar Javed Bajwa was the chief visitor on the event, mentioned the Director Common Inter Companies Public Relations (ISPR) in a press launch.
Chief of Air Employees, Pakistan Air Drive (PAF) Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan was additionally current on the ceremony .
Whereas addressing the graduating cadets, Gen Bajwa mentioned that Pakistan stands firmly dedicated to the beliefs of mutual respect and peaceable co-existence.
“It is time to extend a hand of peace in all directions,” he remarked.
Pakistan, India ought to resolve Kashmir challenge
Pakistan and India must also resolve the longstanding challenge of Jammu and Kashmir in a dignified and peaceable method as per the aspirations of individuals of Jammu and Kashmir and produce this human tragedy to its logical conclusion, the military chief emphasised.
“However, we will not allow anybody or any entity to misinterpret our desire for peace as a sign of weakness,” he added.
The military chief mentioned that Armed Forces of Pakistan have been absolutely succesful and ready to thwart any risk.
The stainless coordination and concord displayed by all of the three providers in operations in opposition to the enemies of Pakistan had introduced nice enchancment within the inside safety surroundings, he mentioned.
Struggle on Terror
The military chief specifically counseled the crucial position performed by Pakistan Air Drive within the Struggle on Terror.
“The outstanding courage and professional excellence displayed by brave air warriors of Pakistan Air Force during Operation Swift Retort is a manifestation of our resolve and capability.
“The entire nation is pleased with its Air Drive and I earnestly hope that PAF will scale new heights of glory and excellence within the years to return,” Gen Bajwa said.
Gen Bajwa welcomes presence of Saudi cadets
He hailed the presence of cadets from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for training at PAF Academy Asghar Khan.
“It is a manifestation of heat fraternal ties between Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and our Defence Forces certainly.
“We are proud of the strong bonds of Islam, brotherhood and cultural communion that bind us together,” the military chief mentioned.
A complete of 133 graduating Cadets together with 11 Royal Saudi Air Drive Cadets and 6 woman cadets graduated on the event.
Gen Bajwa awarded department insignias to the graduating officers and in addition gave away trophies to the excellence holders.
Chairman Joint Chiefs of Employees Committee Trophy for the perfect efficiency in Common Service Coaching was awarded to Aviation Cadet Faizan Iqbal.
Greatest Allied Cadet Trophy was gained by RSAF Cadet Hatem Muhammad Alsofiani.
Chief of the Air Employees trophy for general greatest efficiency in Air Defence was gained by Aviation Cadet Shahryar Khan.
Chief of the Air Employees trophy for the perfect efficiency in Engineering was gained by Aviation Cadet Muhammad Usman.
Chief of the Air Employees trophy for greatest efficiency in Flying Coaching was awarded to Aviation Cadet Danish Qayyum.
Sword of Honour for general greatest efficiency in Faculty of Aeronautical Engineering was gained by Aviation Cadet Muhammad Usman.
Sword of honour for general greatest efficiency in school of Flying Coaching was gained by Muhammad Ibtisam Naeem.
The ceremony was adopted by an exhilarating aerial show by PAF Academy Aerobatics crew ”Sherdil” and a specialised army drill ”Hamza Flight” of the academy.
Earlier, on his arrival, the military chief was acquired by Air vice Marshal Shakil Ghazanfar, Air Officer Commanding, and PAF Asghar Khan Academy.
The ceremony was witnessed by high-ranking army and civil officers, diplomats, overseas dignitaries and a lot of company of graduating cadets.