Army deters enemies’ nefarious designs: PM Khan
By Staff ReporterWednesday – June 2, 2021
According to press releases, the premier visited the command and staff college (CSC) in the provincial capital and addressed the officers.
He admired that the battle hardened professionalism of the armed forces has led to an impregnable defence.
The PM deliberated at length upon his vision of future wherein the rule of law, across the board accountability and justice will be the order of the day.
“The establishment of a prosperous State in line with Islamic principles and the ideology of our great founders like Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam can be achieved only if we work hard consistently as a nation,” he educated.
PM Khan said that the incumbent regime has made all out efforts for progress in various sectors like agriculture, industry, technology and automation.
He advised the participant officers to pursue their dreams without fear of failure to achieve their objectives.
Upon his arrival at the CSC, the premier was received by the chief of army staff (COAS) general (Gen.) Qamar Javed Bajwa and Quetta Corps (QC) commander (Com.) lieutenant general (Lt.Gen.) Sarfraz Ali.
Separately, earlier on Monday, at the CSC, the COAS Gen. Bajwa addressing the officers focused his remarks on professional matters, internal and external security situation and issues concerning regional security environment.
He emphasised the resolve and determination to confront global phenomenon of terrorism by adopting whole of nation approach.
COAS Gen. Bajwa said that the future of enduring peace and stability in South Asia hinges on the ability to resolve long pending issues within the region.
This can be complemented through meaningful international support and will to take on complex challenges, he added.
Focusing on the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, COAS Gen. Bajwa said that the army along with other State institutions will do all to mitigate the challenges faced by the people.
Only a cohesive national effort shall take the country to progress and prosperity, he concluded.