RAWALPINDI: Commander Rawalpindi Corps Lieutenant Normal Bilal Akbar on Thursday paid a go to to Pakistani troops at Siachen, the Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR) stated.
The commander appreciated the troops for his or her vigilance, alertness and excessive morale, the ISPR assertion added.
Lieutenant Normal Bilal Akbar was appointed as Commander 10 Corps Rawalpindi in a serious reshuffle in military ranks in late August.
Nuclear-armed rivals India and Pakistan fought over Siachen in 1987, however weapons on the glacier have largely fallen silent since a peace course of started in 2004.
An estimated 8,000 troops from either side have died on the glacier since 1984, nearly all of them from avalanches, landslides, frostbite, altitude illness or coronary heart failure relatively than fight.