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Parliamentary committees’ delegation obtain briefing from navy amid evolving Afghanistan state of affairs

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa
Three parliamentary committees’ delegations on Monday have been briefed on the nation’s safety setting, together with the state of affairs on the borders and the military efforts for peace and stability.

The delegation — which visited the GHQ — comprised members from the Senate and Nationwide Meeting’s Kashmir committee and defence committees, the Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) stated in a press release.

The event comes amid the fast-evolving state of affairs in Afghanistan, with a number of individuals who had fled the war-torn nation being allowed transit keep in Pakistan for a month.

US anti-missile defences earlier within the day had intercepted rockets fired at Kabul’s airport, as the US flew its core diplomats out of Afghanistan within the ultimate hours of its chaotic withdrawal.

US troops are as a consequence of pull out of Kabul by Tuesday, after they and their allies mounted the most important air evacuation in historical past, bringing 114,000 of their very own residents and Afghans who helped them over 20 years of battle.

In the meantime, within the assembly on the GHQ, the parliamentarians had an exhaustive interactive session with the Chief of Military Workers (COAS) Normal Qamar Javed Bajwa, the navy’s media wing stated.

COAS stated the Pakistan Armed Forces, with the help of the nation, have achieved unprecedented success within the battle in opposition to terrorism and bringing normalcy to the nation.

The military chief stated as a consequence of “our well timed steps for Western zone border administration, regardless of challenges, Pakistan’s borders are safe and we’re ready to satisfy any state of affairs.”

Alluding to the advantages of regional connectivity, the COAS highlighted the significance of the restoration of peace in Afghanistan for the sustainable growth of the area.

The COAS reiterated the Pakistan military’s help and dedication to the Kashmir trigger and the folks of Kashmir.

“The world should know that with out peaceable decision of the Kashmir difficulty, peace and stability will stay elusive,” the military chief reiterated.

The session concluded with the resolve to proceed the wrestle in opposition to violent extremism via a synergetic, whole-of-the-nation method, the navy’s media wing added.

In July, an in-camera assembly of the Parliamentary Committee on Nationwide Safety, which befell on the Parliament Home, had ended with the parliamentarians expressing satisfaction over the briefing supplied by the nation’s safety equipment.

The assembly was chaired by Nationwide Meeting Speaker Asad Qaiser and concerned a briefing by Director-Normal of the Inter-Companies Intelligence (ISI) Lieutenant Normal Faiz Hameed.