Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa and Prime Minister Imran Khan talk about skilled issues pertaining to Pakistan Army and inside and exterior safety scenario. Photo: Geo.tvISLAMABAD: Taking into consideration current efforts to stoke violence within the nation, Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa mentioned “skilled issues pertaining to Pakistan Army in addition to inside and exterior safety scenario”, a PM Office statement said on Thursday.PM Imran resolved that the entire nation is united against the cowardly acts of the enemy.The premier also paid tributes to the personnel of the Pakistan Army, FC, and law enforcement agencies, who sacrificed their lives for the defence of the motherland.’Attack on madrassah an act of enmity towards Islam’In a statement issued on Wednesday, the army chief asserted that the armed forces will not rest till militancy is eliminated across Pakistan.”The assault on a madrassa is [an act of] enmity in the direction of Islam,” said the army chief during his visit to the Upper Dir, Malakand Division. He directed troops to remain vigilant as incidents of terrorism continue to rise over the past couple of days.”On December 16, 2014, the enemy focused kids within the APS bloodbath,” said General Bajwa. “On October 27, the enemy focused harmless kids of a madrassa,” he said. Gen Bajwa credited the nation for “rejecting the narrative of the militants” by showing exemplary unity, adding that the masses stood united today with the same enthusiasm and resolve.”We have been united in grief yesterday, and the identical is the case at the moment,” he said. “The enemy was the identical yesterday and the enemy stays the identical at the moment.” The army chief said he arrived in the area to demonstrate unity and share the grief of innocent children of the madrassa who had been martyred in the bomb blast.”We won’t relaxation till we deliver terrorists and their facilitators to their logical conclusion,” said the army chief, adding that the militants’ aim was to spread terror and ensure an atmosphere of fear prevailed across the country.General Bajwa said that educational institutions, innocent civilians, and law enforcement agencies’ personnel were the main targets of the militants. He said that Pakistan had expressed its resolve for a peaceful Afghanistan, cautioning Afghan refugees to stay away from terrorists.”Afghan refugees should keep alert concerning militants, so they don’t seem to be used, knowingly or unknowingly, in any terrorist incident,” mentioned General Bajwa.The military chief later paid a go to to the Lady Reading Hospital the place victims of the bomb blast are being handled. He inquired after them through the tour of the hospital.