General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS), visited Nagarparkar on Friday and spent the day with troops, where he was briefed by the local commander on the operational readiness of the formation, according to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
COAS Qamar Javed Bajwa expressed his appreciation for their high level of morale and dedication to the completion of the assigned duty. He also instructed the troops to remain focused on their professional responsibilities and training in order to be prepared to respond effectively to any potential threat that may arise.
Afterward, COAS Bajwa met with representatives from the local Hindu community.
According to the army chief, monitors in Pakistan are treated as equal citizens, and it is the state’s responsibility to safeguard them. Islamabad’s efforts to create a safe atmosphere for minorities in the country have been acknowledged by the Hindu community.
They vowed that the Hindu community will make a significant contribution to the country’s economic success with all of its might.
Commander Karachi Corps and Director General Pakistan Rangers (Sindh) were also in attendance to support the COAS on his tour.