RAWALPINDI: Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Saturday said Pakistan Army has come up to the expectations of the nation in achievements against terrorism and militancy in the country.
He was talking to officers and troops during his visit to Rajgal sector of Khyber Agency today.
“The country is heading towards a stable and peaceful future where writ of state and supremacy of law would be second to none.”
According to the ISPR, the army chief was given detailed briefing on progress of Operation Khyber 4 in which forces have cleared over 90 per cent of the targeted area.
He was apprised that on completion of the operation, Khyber Agency would be free of terrorists thus providing an enabling environment for development and return of TDPs.
General Bajwa appreciated professionalism of the participating troops, including support of Pakistan Air Force in skillful targeting of the terrorists’ strongholds.— Radio Pakistan