RAWALPINDI: Chief of Military Workers (COAS) Common Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday hailed Pakistani navy’s befitting response through the February stand-off with India, based on the Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR).
Common Bajwa presided over a two-day annual Formation Commanders’ Convention on the Common Headquarters (GHQ), Rawalpindi. The convention was attended by all basic officers of Pakistan Military.
The discussion board reviewed geo-strategic and nationwide safety setting, the ISPR stated in an announcement. Inner safety panorama of the nation, challenges being confronted and responses had been additionally mentioned intimately on the convention.
On the event, the military chief stated Pakistan Military stays totally succesful and prepared to reply to any menace for defence of the motherland.
He additionally appreciated the successes being achieved in ongoing operation Raddul Fasaad to hold ahead the positive aspects made up to now in direction of enduring peace and stability.
Moreover, the discussion board pledged to proceed all efforts to serve the nation.
Tensions between the 2 nuclear-armed arch-rivals soared in February after a suicide bombing in Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK) that killed 40 Indian paramilitaries on February 14.
India launched a cross-border air raid and Pakistan hit again the following day, downing two Indian Air Pressure (IAF) jets and capturing one in all their pilots.
Pakistan, nevertheless, launched the captured Indian pilot as a goodwill days later.