Military Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday visited the ahead areas at Chamb sector alongside the Line of Management (LoC) in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, the place he praised the operational preparedness of troops.
In the course of the go to, the chief of military workers was briefed on the newest operational scenario together with Indian ceasefire violations “deliberately targeting local residents” residing close to the LoC, the navy’s media wing stated on Twitter.
In his interplay with officers and troops, Gen Bajwa “appreciated them for continued vigil and remarkable operational preparedness”.
In line with the Inter-Companies Public Relations, the COAS pressured upon the troops to increase all-out help to the native inhabitants affected by unprovoked ceasefire violations by India.
“Remain steadfast [and] discharge your duties with utmost sincerity and devotion,” he was quoted as telling the troopers.
Rawalpindi Corps Commander Lt Gen Azhar Abbas obtained the military chief on the LoC.
The COAS’s go to comes every week after Pakistan’s Everlasting Consultant to the United Nations Ambassador Munir Akram instructed the United Nations that India’s aggressive insurance policies and navy posture posed an “immediate and pervasive threat” to worldwide peace and safety.
Addressing the United Nations Basic Meeting (UNGA) First Committee on disarmament and worldwide safety, Akram stated Indian forces continued to resort to artillery and small arms hearth day-after-day alongside the LoC, focusing on harmless civilians on Pakistan’s facet.
“There have been over 3,000 ceasefire violations in 2019 and over 2,400 this 12 months thus far.
“Such daily military provocations are accompanied by repeated threats of aggression by India’s political and military leaders. Pakistan has acted with restraint to these provocations and threats, but as we demonstrated in February 2019, Pakistan will respond decisively to any Indian aggression with the full force of our capabilities,” the envoy added.
Final Wednesday, not less than two civilians have been injured in Kotli district of AJK as a result of heavy Indian shelling from throughout the LoC.