Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa has emphasised to protect successfully towards hybrid threats in view of the newest developments within the area and the necessity to reply collectively with the entire of nation approach, the navy mentioned in an announcement.
According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the military chief visited the Corps Headquarters Karachi on Monday and was given an in depth briefing on operational preparedness, coaching regime and administrative issues of the corps.
Gen Qamar was apprised of the prevalent inner safety scenario within the province particularly, the military and Pakistan Rangers’ efforts to help different regulation enforcement businesses in sustaining regulation and order, the assertion added.
The COAS was additionally briefed on multifaceted help being rendered by the military for the implementation of the Karachi Transformation Plan (KTP) – a important mega initiative underway to uplift Pakistan’s greatest metropolis, Karachi – by varied developmental initiatives within the aftermath of Karachi city flooding in August final 12 months.
He appreciated Karachi Corps for all-out help to civil administration making certain well timed and environment friendly motion on key initiatives of the KTP.
The military chief additionally visited Khatoon-e-Pakistan Government Girls School Karachi, an initiative of Zindagi Trust. He praised the college administration for offering state-of-the-art services and a excessive normal of schooling for underprivileged lady college students at par with any trendy schooling system of the day.
Later, the COAS interacted with households of martyrs of military, Pakistan Rangers Sindh, different LEAs together with intelligence, Sindh Police, ANF and ASF. Gen Qamar frolicked with them and inquired about their properly being. He additionally directed the formation to take all crucial measures for the welfare of martyrs’ households.
Earlier on arrival, the military chief was acquired by Commander Karachi Corps Lieutenant General Nadeem Ahmed Anjum.