Future belongs to Pakistani youth: COAS
Increased LoC violations indicate Indian frustration over failure in IoK: DG ISPR
Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa says Pakistani nation and its armed forces have successfully withstood the challenges. He was interacting with youth undergoing annual internship program at Inter Services Public Relations in Rawalpindi today. He said Pakistan is blessed with dynamic and talented youth and future of Pakistan belongs to them.
The Army Chief expressed full confidence in Pakistani youth and expected them to play their due role to take Pakistan to its rightful destination. He said Pakistan had been subjected to numerous challenges, especially during the last two decades.
Pakistan is blessed with dynamic and talented youth and that the future of Pakistan belongs to them, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Wednesday.
Interacting with the youth undergoing an annual internship programme at Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), he expressed full confidence in Pakistani youth and expected them to play their due role to take Pakistan to its rightful destination of progress and prosperity. Pakistan had been subjected to numerous challenges especially during the last two decades, an ISPR statement quoted COAS as saying.
Pakistani nation and its armed forces have forcefully withstood the challenges and in that youth has played a lead role. COAS advised the youth to have confidence in themselves, adhere to merit, follow the rule of law and don’t look for shortcuts in life for success.
Meanwhile, Director General Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor says Pak Army shall take all measures to protect innocent civilians along Line of Control from Indian firing deliberately targeting them.
In a tweet on Wednesday, he said ceasefire violations are being and shall always be effectively responded. The ISPR Director General said increased Indian ceasefire violations indicate their frustration due to failure in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
Reacting to the beefed-up ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC) by India, the Pakistan Army said on Wednesday that it will take all measures to protect innocent civilians from Indian firing. The military’s spokesperson, Major General Asif Ghafoor, said on Twitter that, increased Indian Cease Fire Violations (CFVs) indicate their frustration due to failure in IOJ&K Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir.
CFVs are being & shall always be effectively responded. Pak Army shall take all measures to protect innocent civilians along LOC from Indian firing deliberately targeting them, the Director-General of Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR) tweeted. A day earlier, the ISPR reported that Indian troops resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violations in Danna, Dhddnial, Jura, Lipa, Sharda and Shahkot Sectors, targeting civil population.
The statement added that a 26-year-old Pakistani citizen was martyred and nine other citizens including women and children sustained injuries. Moreover, three Indian soldiers were reportedly killed and several injured in retaliatory fire by Pakistan Army forces across the LoC, ISPR said. In this regard, the Foreign Office also lodged a strong protest earlier today with the Indian Deputy High Commissioner Gaurav Ahluwalia.