Bajwa presides 246th
Corp Cmdrs conference,
security situation discussed

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RAWALPINDI: Pakistan’s COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) presided over the conference the 246th Corps Commanders’ Conference held here at GHQ on Tuesday.

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan’s COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) presides over the conference the 246th Corps Commanders’ Conference here at GHQ on Tuesday.

The Forum took comprehensive review of the security situation with particular focus on Border Management and Internal Security. The participants were apprised on the progress and achievements of Operation Radd ul Fassad in detail.

COAS appreciated the efforts of formations involved in relief operations to mitigate challenges of people affected due to snow storm in Murree and heavy rainfalls in Balochistan.

Expressing satisfaction over operational preparedness of the formations, COAS emphasised continued mission oriented training to ensure combat readiness in the face of emerging threats/ challenges.

General Qamar Javed Bajwa emphasised continued mission-oriented training to ensure combat readiness in the face of emerging threats and challenges.

The COAS expressed these views while presiding over the 246th Corps Commanders’ Conference held here at the GHQ.

Expressing satisfaction over operational preparedness of the formations, COAS emphasised continued mission-oriented training to ensure combat readiness in the face of emerging threats and challenges.

According to the statement, the forum “took a comprehensive review of the security situation with particular focus on border management and internal security”.

“The participants were apprised about the progress and achievements of Operation Radd-ul-Fassad in detail,” the military’s media wing said.

Late last month, the Pakistan Army termed the country’s first-ever National Security Policy “important milestone” in meeting emerging challenges in evolving global environment.

“The NSP is an important milestone in strengthening National Security of Pakistan. The comprehensive framework, recognises interlinkages between various strands of national security, imperative to meet emerging challenges in evolving global environment through a whole of government effort,” military’s spokesperson Major General Babar Iftikhar had stated in a tweet.

The statement came hours after the federal cabinet approved Pakistan’s first-ever NSP 2022-2026, which aims at bolstering the country’s economic security and tackling external and internal challenges.