RAWALPINDI: Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa went to the North and South Waziristan tribal districts on Tuesday, where he spent the day with soldiers.
The COAS was also briefed on the progress of the boundary monitoring routine, stabilisation operations, socio-economic development jobs, including opening of border terminals, according to a news release provided by the ISPR.
While engaging with policemans as well as males in Asman Manza, South Wazirstan, as well as Mirali in North Wazirstan, Gen Bajwa applauded their dedication and professionalism and reliability in guaranteeing safe and helpful atmosphere for application of the writ of the civil administration in the newly-merged tribal districts.
Pakistan is dedicated to peace and security in the region and also playing its component by strengthening border safety and security as well as ability enhancement of FC/LEAs, the COAS emphasised.
While interacting with tribal seniors at Mirali, Gen Bajwa appreciated them for their unwavering assistance and sacrifices in the battle versus terrorism.
The military principal stated that tranquility had mostly returned to these locations.
The hard-earned normalcy would be maintained and also improved through collective initiatives of the local populace, civil administration as well as the LEAs.
“We have to continue to be attentive and also unfaltering to thwart aggressive attempts to create chaos and also reverse the gains of Procedure Raddul Fasaad,” the COAS said.
To proceed the journey towards enduring peace as well as advancement we need to stay determined as well as united, he included.
Previously, on arrival, COAS was obtained by Corps Commander Let-Gen Nauman Mahmood.