Military commanders vow to support govt in NAP implementation
Rawalpindi: The military on Monday said it would support the government and all stakeholders in implementation of National Action Plan (NAP).
The statement came after 220th Crops Commanders’ Conference presided by Chief of the Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa concluded in Rawalpindi.
Held at the army’s General Headquarters, the conference reviewed geo-strategic and ongoing situation along eastern border and expressed resolve to defend the country against any misadventure.
According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the Corps Commanders Conference reiterated that the army would continue its efforts for bringing peace in the country while supporting all its initiatives towards regional peace.
“Having achieved stability against terrorism, Pakistan is on positive trajectory of becoming a state where prerogative of use of weapons rests with the state alone and socio-economic development is taking
pre-eminence,” the ISPR quoted the army chief as having said during the conference.