In accordance with the Inter-Companies Public Relations, the military chief visited Gujranwala and Marala. At Gujranwala Corps Headquarters, Gen Bajwa was briefed about operational, coaching, and administrative issues of the Corps.
“Later, COAS visited field training events near Gujranwala and Marala Headworks and witnessed troops honing battle drills and procedures for conventional operations,” the ISPR mentioned.
Chatting with the troops, Gen Bajwa appreciated their battle worthiness and the spectacular coaching requirements achieved by the formation, the ISPR mentioned.
“Training being hallmark of professional competence plays a vital role in enhancing combat readiness to withstand the rigours of battle,” the military chief reiterated.
The military chief visited the Mixed Navy Hospital Gujranwala the place he was up to date on varied upgradation tasks undertaken for the advantage of sufferers.
“COAS lauded the efforts of [the] Army Medical Corps in [the] containment of COVID-19 and saving valuable lives,” the ISPR added.
Earlier on arrival, the Commander Gujranwala Corps Lt Gen Syed Asim Munir acquired the military chief.