Corps Commander Session: Military leadership vows to thwart acts of Indian aggression
According to an official press statement issued after the Corps Commander’s Conference held at the General Headquarters, the top military leadership on Wednesday revealed the continuation of Indian designs and targeting of innocent civilians in Kashmir.
“Information given on the forum [the] State of national and regional security, ”said Major General Babar Iftikhar, Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
The day before, all service chiefs and staff joint staff chairmen attended a briefing at the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) headquarters and discussed security issues with special focus on the situation on the Line of Control and Indian Occupied Kashmir.
“In view of Indian aggression, the forum vowed to thwart Indian designs and target innocent civilians in Kashmir and open support to terrorist organizations.”
He said the forum discussed the positive effects of the ongoing Afghan peace process on the western border and expressed its determination to support the normalization process with national institutions.
The conference also discussed continuing support to the government against coronoviruses, locust attacks, and anti-polio drives within available resources.
The statement said, “It underlined that COVID-19 can only be fought as a ‘whole nation approach’, in which each person must play a role to ensure success through observation of basic processes and discipline.” . “
The leadership of the Pakistan Army also expressed satisfaction over the ‘continuous shortage’ of violent incidents in the country.