Pakistan Army’s Corps Commanders meet, focus on plans forward of August 5


Arun Joshi
Jammu, July 22

Pakistan Army held a vital Corps Commander-level assembly on Tuesday with a concentrate on Kashmir forward of the primary anniversary of the scrapping of JK’s particular standing.

The assembly was a part of a evaluate of Pakistan’s operational preparedness within the wake of “external and internal security threats.”

The Corps Commanders discussion board is probably the most highly effective establishment in thr Pakistan Army that guides coverage selections ­starting from participation in international tasks to preventing locusts.

Kashmir has all the time been excessive on its agenda with twin objectives- to trigger violence within the Valley and to internalize it, together with the civilian authorities that just about operates beneath the shadow of a military.

The assembly, held at General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi, chaired by Army Chief Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa, whereas reviewing the threats to Pakistan’s inside and exterior safety, mirrored deeply on Kashmir and the scenario within the run-up to August 5.

Director-General of Inter-Services Public Relations, Major General Asif Gafoor disclosed in a tweet late Tuesday night that the 233rd Corps Commanders’ Conference, presided over COAS Gen. Bajwa at GHQ, “reviewed operational readiness and evolving threat spectrum in the context of external and security of the country.”

He spoke of sustaining “high level of combat readiness particularly in the wake of the regional security situation”, and stated that the Corps Commanders Conference took “special note of continued atrocities” within the Indian a part of J&Ok as “illegal actions of August 5, 2019, complete one year next month, forum  paid rich tributes to brave Kashmiris for their legitimate struggle for freedom.”

 



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