COAS warns against attempts to hurt Pakistan's integrity, pays tribute to martyrs
RAWALPINDI: Leader of Military Group of workers (COAS) Common Qamar Javed Bajwa on Thursday warned the ones making an attempt to harm the integrity of Pakistan, assuring the country that no hurt would come to the rustic so long as they stand in the back of the defense force.
“It has best been a brief time frame that peace has returned to FATA, and a few folks have already began a motion. There are some folks, each at the outside and inside, who’re bent upon hurting the integrity of Pakistan,” stated the military leader, talking at an awards rite held on the Common Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi.
“We wish to inform those folks: It doesn’t matter what you do, you’ll carry no hurt to this nation so long as the folk of this country stand in the back of its defense force,” he stated.
Talking at an awards rite, the military leader paid sparkling tributes to the households of martyrs and conflict heroes of the rustic.
“No medal can change the sacrifices of the martyrs,” stated Common Bajwa, including that peace within the nation prevails because of the martyrs and conflict heroes of Pakistan.
All over his deal with, the military leader wired that the sacrifices of the martyrs must by no means be forgotten.
“Countries that fail to remember the sacrifices in their martyrs fade out [from history],” he stated, advising the younger officials to at all times consider the courageous officials who laid their lives for the rustic.
“We don’t wish to fail to remember those martyrs after entire peace is established in our nation as a result of they’re a part of our historical past,” Common Bajwa stated. “We must by no means fail to remember the martyrs and their households.”
He expressed his religion that Pakistan used to be invincible till the time the country is status with it.
The military leader stated he’s ceaselessly requested how Pakistan has controlled to wipe out terrorists from its territory whilst the latter are wreaking havoc the world over.
“I inform them that until the time the Pakistani country will stay generating moms, daughters and other halves who make sacrifices for this nation, we can stay a success in our conflict in opposition to terrorism.”
“I salute those moms, daughters, other halves, and fogeys [of the martyrs],” stated Common Bajwa.
The Sitara-e-Imtiaz used to be conferred on 32 army officials, whilst 4 officials and squaddies had been awarded the UN Medal.
Within the rite, the place Common Bajwa used to be the executive visitor, two officials had been awarded the Tamgha-e-Jurat and 33 officials and squaddies got the Tamgha-e-Basalat.
The households of martyrs won awards from the military leader, who paid homage to their sacrifices for the rustic.
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