Islamabad: In the wake of activist assault in Uri, Pakistan Army chief General Raheel Sharif today met his top authorities and said that the military was “careful” towards the security goals of the nation and was “completely arranged to react to whole range of immediate and roundabout danger”.
The Corps Commanders’ Conference – held in Rawalpindi and led by General Sharif – checked on outside and inner security circumstance and operational readiness of the armed force, the Pakistan Army said in an announcement. “Observing an unfriendly story being spread by India, COAS (Gen Sharif) said that we are completely aware and nearly viewing the most recent happenings in the locale and their effect on the security of Pakistan,” the announcement said.
“Military of Pakistan are completely arranged to react to whole range of immediate and backhanded danger,” he said, communicating his fulfillment over operational readiness of the armed force. “Pakistan’s military together with our versatile country have surmounted each test and will obstruct any evil outline against honesty and sway of Pakistan in future too,” General Sharif said amid the meeting.
Intensely furnished aggressors raged a unit central station of the Indian Army in North Kashmir’s Uri town in the small hours of Sunday, killing 18 warriors and harming 19 others. Every one of the four aggressors were murdered. It was the most exceedingly bad assault on the Indian Army in numerous years.