Pakistan Army Chief says enemy aggression will be given befitting response

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RISALPUR: Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif said India has crossed all limits of brutality in Occupied Kashmir and vowed that the Pakistan Army will give a befitting response to enemy’s aggression.

General Raheel Sharif, addressing the passing-out parade of Pakistan Air Force Academy cadets in Risalpur on Thursday as the chief guest, said that no one can compete with Pakistan over its professional capabilities.

The Army Chief said that India wants to sabotage Pakistan’s image and efforts in the war against terrorism.

“We will not allow the enemy’s vicious plan to succeed,” he said, vowing that any aggression or deliberate miscalculation by the enemy will not go unpunished.

The Army Chief asserted that the Pakistan Armed Forces are highly vigilant and committed to their collective resolve of defending the motherland and defeating the enemy’s nefarious designs.

Drawing attention to the Armed Forces’ efforts in the war against terrorism, General Raheel Sharif said that the Pakistan Army has successfully rooted out terrorist infrastructure and also defeated the residual terrorist elements in the form of facilitators.

He said that Pakistan is a responsible and peace-loving country and is committed to maintaining friendly relations with its neighbours.

General Raheel Sharif said Pakistan Armed Forces are among the best and most distinguished forces in the world and capable of facing up to any kind of challenge. He added that the Pakistan Air Force is the best fighter force in the world and has played a commendable role in Operation Zarb-e-Azb.

He called for the international community to take notice of Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir.

The Army Chief congratulated the graduates and extended his solicitations to the audience. He also inspected the parade. PAF Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman and other high officials of all three Armed Forces also attended the ceremony.

GD pilots and cadets of various other courses were among the pass outs.

 

 

 

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