SAMAA – Pakistan Army to show zero tolerance to extremists, terrorism
The meeting also took note of the death of a Sri Lankan citizen
A two-day Corps Commanders Conference was held at GHQ Rawalpindi under the chairmanship of Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa in which the participants reviewed the global, regional and national security situation.
The conference also considered the serious humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. On the occasion, Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said that timely international assistance is essential for peace and prosperity of Afghanistan.
The Corcommanders Conference also expressed satisfaction over the border security measures and ongoing training activities in the Army. The Army Chief also called for vigilance to deal with any threat to the country.
According to DG ISPR, the incident of killing of a Sri Lankan citizen in Sialkot was also discussed at the conference.
According to the spokesperson, the forum demonstrated zero tolerance against such elements and reiterated its commitment to eradicate extremism and terrorism.