RAWALPINDI: Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has said that national efforts to curb the coronavirus should be fully implemented and the army ready to deal with any situation.
According to the spokesman of Pakistan Army Corps commander under the command of Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa held a conference in which the situation arising out of the Corona virus was taken into consideration and the corps commanders also considered the security measures taken at the army level. The ISPR said that the Army Chief directed that national efforts against the virus play a vital role and that the military was prepared to deal with any situation.
The ISPR further said that the conference also assessed the operational readiness of the Armed Forces, the Line of Control situation and the security situation of the region in view of the Afghan reconciliation process. The Army Chief said that peacekeeping in the region passes through Afghanistan, that through joint efforts and reconciliation, challenges can be overcome, and Pakistan is sincerely ready to step down.