COAS terms terrorist attacks ‘dying efforts of frustrated inimical forces’

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RAWALPINDI
Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Saturday said the time has come for the world to facilitate regional peace in South Asia and join Pakistan in the fight against terrorism. Gen Bajwa said this in a statement after 10 Pakistani soldiers were martyred in two separate terrorist attacks in Balochistan province and in North Waziristan tribal district from across the Pak-Afghan border.
The army chief saluted the martyrs who laid down their lives and condoled with the bereaved families. Salute to martyrs & families. We shall ensure defence & security of motherland at the cost of our sweat & blood, the army chief said in a statement. These are dying efforts of frustrated inimical forces while Pakistan moves from stability to enduring peace. It’s time for the world to facilitate regional peace, he added.
Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Jawed Bajwa termed on Saturday recent terrorist attacks in which ten personnel of the Pakistan armed forces were martyred dying efforts of frustrated inimical forces. In a tweet, the Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) quoted the army chief as saluting the martyrs and their families.
We shall ensure defence & security of motherland at the cost of our sweat & blood. These are dying efforts of frustrated inimical forces while Pakistan moves from stability to enduring peace. It’s time for the world to facilitate regional peace the DG ISPR quoted COAS as having said.
The US leadership acknowledged contributions of Pakistan Army in war against terrorism and role towards Afghan peace process, the ISPR said following the army chief’s meeting with his US counterparts at the Pentagon. A young army officer was among the 10 soldiers martyred during the two separate terrorist attacks on Saturday.
Following the deadly attacks, Director-General ISPR Major-General Asif Ghafoor said hostile forces were attempting to destabilise Balochistan province now that Pakistani forces had improved the security situation in the tribal areas.
The martyrdom of the soldiers is the sacrifice Pakistan (is) making for peace in the region, the DG ISPR said in a tweet.
While security of tribal areas has been improved with efforts now focused to solidify border, inimical forces are attempting to destabilise Balochistan, he said. Their efforts shall IA (Inshallah) fail, he said.
Director-General ISPR Major-General Asif Ghafoor has said that hostile forces are attempting to destabilise Balochistan province now that Pakistani forces had improved the security situation in the tribal areas. Maj-Gen Ghafoor said this on Saturday after 10 Pakistani soldiers embraced martyrdom in two separate terrorist attacks in Balochistan province and in North Waziristan tribal district from across the Pak-Afghan border.
The martyrdom of the soldiers is the sacrifice Pakistan (is) making for peace in the region, the DG ISPR said in a tweet. While security of tribal areas has been improved with efforts now focused to solidify border, inimical forces are attempting to destabilise Balochistan, he said. The first incident took place in North Waziristan tribal district where six Pakistan Army soldiers were martyred when terrorists opened fire on them from across the Pak-Afghan border.

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