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rebirth of Terrorism Won’t Be Tolerated, COAS Tells Conference of Commanders

RAWALPINDI: chief of Army Headquarters (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday ordered troops to ‘leave no stone unturned’ in current against terrorists when he presided over This was announced by the Interdepartmental Public Relations Service (ISPR) at a meeting of the commanders of the 252nd Corps.

Forum held a comprehensive review of security, especially of The situation on the borders of the country.

COAS claimed that the revival of terrorism is unacceptable and the troops must use all means to act against terrorists in coordination with all law enforcement agencies.

The ISPR statement further asserted that COAS expressed satisfaction over operational readiness of army formations and ordered them to maintain strict vigilance against any threat.

Gen Bajwa also praised military efforts to achieve flood victims. According to the military media wing, in addition to discussing the situation with external and internal security, the meeting paid special attention to on in flood the situation and the ongoing relief efforts being made by the army units across the country.

They expressed their solidarity with flood victims who were “brave great difficulties” and decided to extend maximum help for their relief and rehabilitation.

According to the statement, COAS praised the troops for achievement out to people in suffering and help them alleviate their suffering.

He also praised the army doctors and paramedics. for provision of emergency medical care to victims, in particular children as well as women, and measures have been taken to verify the distribution of disease in flood-hit areas.

Gen Bajwa also praised army engineers and the Frontier Works Organization (FWO) for restore access to critical routes and communication infrastructure on on an emergency basis.

A spokesman said COAS ordered army formations to concentrate on assistance, rehabilitation and reconstruction, and help restore routine life in flood- affected regions.

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