RAWALPINDI: Pakistan’s 238th Corps Commanders’ Conference was held at GHQ in Rawalpindi on Tuesday, presided by Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa where matters related to regional and domestic security was primarily discussed and participants expressed their observations.
The Conference was held at a time when Pakistani nation was observing ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’ so Kashmir issue was also stocked and it was reiterated that Pak armed forces will continue support to Kashmiri people in their struggle for the right of self-determination. Gen Bajwa briefed the participants of the moot about his recent detailed inspection visits to LoC and expressed his satisfaction over the preparedness by the soldiers deployed at the borders.
The conference expressed complete solidarity with resilient and brave Kashmiri brethren till the realization of their just cause in accordance with their aspirations and relevant UN Security Council (UNSC) resolutions.
“The security issues were discussed during the Corps Commanders Conference with a special focus on the situation along the borders, internal security and other professional matters of the armed forces”, a statement issued by the ISPR said.
The meeting reiterated that decades of what ISPR statement called the ‘atrocities by Indian Occupation Forces’ have failed to suppress the ever-strengthening freedom struggle and the determined Kashmiris shall succeed. The Conference also reviewed the statements of Indian leaders and their ramifications.
The army’s media wing said that satisfaction was expressed during the CCC over positive developments in Afghan Peace Process and efforts made for regional peace and stability.
Moreover, dilating upon the current security environment, the forum noted that the defeat of a complete threat spectrum is only possible through a comprehensive national effort, where all segments of the society play their rightful role.
According to the ISPR, the CCC headed by COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa specially discussed the ongoing security situation along the LOC, Working Boundary and Eastern Border. “Training and professional pursuits must remain our prime focus to enhance operational preparedness and thwart any possible misadventure,” the forum noted.
Speaking during the CCC, Gen Bajwa emphasized that the highest standards of capability and maintaining cutting edge at all levels is vital to meet all challenges in tandem with other elements of national power.
The CCC as quoted by the ISPR voiced extreme respect and appreciation for all those who are putting their lives at stake fighting against COVID-19. The participants paid special tribute to all those killed and their families for sacrifices rendered for peaceful and secure Pakistan especially the recent incidents in Balochistan. “Their sacrifices won’t go waste. Terrorists and their abettors will be defeated at all costs,” the meeting aired the resolution.