RAWALPINDI: Corps Commanders’ Conference vowed on Monday that armed forces are ready to respond anti-Pakistan hostile forces.
The Conference expressed satisfaction on improved internal security situation and progress on regional peace initiative especially Afghan reconciliation process.
Chief of the Army Staff General Qamar Bajwa addressing the conference has said that the dividends of peace achieved through successive military operations must be extended to the people.
“The dividends of improved internal security situation must reach out to the people of Pakistan through socio-economic development,” the army chief was quoted as saying in the 218th Corps Commanders conference at the GHQ in Rawalpindi on Monday.
It discussed situation along Line of Control and Working Boundary with reference to continued ceasefire violations and Indian atrocities against innocent Kashmiris.
The forum reviewed the state of preparedness along Line of Control/ Working Boundary and Eastern Border to thwart any misadventure from across.
The Conference also expressed solidarity with resilient Kashmiri brethren on the eve of Kashmir Day.
The high-level huddle, according to the military’s media wing, also discussed the situation along the Line of Control and the Working Boundary with reference to continued ceasefire violations, and the military’s preparedness along the country’s eastern border.
While satisfaction was expressed on the progress of the Afghan peace process, the forum expressed solidarity with Kashmiris facing Indian brutalities.