COAS pays farewell visits to Bahawalpur, Okara
COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Thursday visited Bahawalpur and Okara as a feature of goodbye visits, the military said in an assertion.
As per the ISPR, the military cheif laid a botanical wreath at the saints’ landmark in Bahawalpur and collaborated with officials and troops of developments in Bahawalpur and Okara.
The COAS additionally seen Integrated fire Power Manoeuvre Exercise at Khairpur Tamewali (KPT) where troops of Bahawalpur Corps alongside PAF JF-17 thunder airplane, cobra gunship helicopters and automated components showed facilitated capability in combat zone conditions.
The COAS valued the preparation guidelines, functional readiness and high assurance of officials and troops. He likewise guided troops to continue to serve the country with customary enthusiasm and energy under all conditions.
On Tuesday, General Bajwa visited the Pakistan Military Foundation (PMA) Kakul and Baloch Regimental Center Abbottabad.
Upon his landing in the PMA, the military boss was gotten by Commandant Rawalpindi Corps Lieutenant General Sahir Shamshad Mirza, the ISPR said in a proclamation.
Gen Bajwa laid a flower wreath at the Saints’ Landmark and offered fateha. He likewise associated with the trainees and officials of the PMA.
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While tending to, the COAS valued the uncommonly exclusive requirements of Pakistan Armed force’s head preparing organization and its endeavors towards prepping future pioneers.
Gen Bajwa additionally encouraged trainees to zero in their energies on quest for proficient greatness.
Later on, he visited Baloch Regimental Center. Subsequent to laying a botanical wreath at the Shuhada landmark, he collaborated with serving and resigned officials and troops of the celebrated Baloch Regiment. The COAS honored their incomparable penances.
Prior on landing in Baloch Regimental Center, the COAS was gotten by Head of General Staff Lt Gen Azhar Abbas.