Forces prepared to reply to any menace: COAS

ISLAMABAD   –   Chief of Military Workers (COAS) Basic Qamar Javed Bajwa has applauded the befitting response by Pakistan’s navy through the standoff with India in February this 12 months. He stated the armed forces are absolutely succesful and prepared to reply to any menace to the motherland.

He stated this whereas presiding over the two-day Annual Formation Commanders’ Convention held on the GHQ in Rawalpindi, in keeping with an announcement issued by the Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) directorate on Wednesday. All common officers of Pakistan Military attended the convention.

The discussion board reviewed geostrategic and nationwide safety surroundings. Inside safety panorama of the nation, challenges being confronted and responses had been mentioned within the assembly intimately.

The military chief, on the event, additionally appreciated the successes being achieved in ongoing operation Radd ul Fasaad to hold ahead the positive aspects made in direction of enduring peace and stability within the nation. The discussion board pledged to proceed all its efforts to serve the nation.

Tensions escalated dramatically between Pakistan and India on February 14 when a younger man – a local of the Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) – rammed an explosives-laden automobile into an Indian navy convoy, killing a minimum of 44 troopers. India was fast responsible Pakistan for the suicide bombing.

On February 26, the Indian Air Drive violated Pakistani airspace. The nation’s prime civil and navy management declared the violation of airspace by Indian fighter jets “uncalled for aggression”.

A day later, Pakistan retaliated with related airstrikes that led to dogfight, leaving two Indian warplanes downed. Pakistan additionally captured an Indian pilot however launched him inside 72 hours as a gesture of peace.

 

 

 



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