Rawalpindi: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Asim Munir on Friday visited Bannu where nine soldiers embraced martyrdom in a suicide attack on a military convoy.
The current activities and overall safety situation were described to COAS.
COAS visited CMH Bannu to inquire about the health and well-being of the injured soldiers.
The army chief appreciated the high morale and unflinching resolve of the soldiers.
“Pakistan Army will continue to act as a bulwark against terrorism to safeguard the nation from this scourge “COAS emphasized.
The COAS highlighted this statement while engaging with the officers and soldiers stationed there, emphasizing that “The Army, Law Enforcement Agencies, and the Nation can never be coerced by the cowardly tactics of the Terrorists, who have a misguided belief that they can challenge the iron resolve of the soldiers and writ of the State.”
He continued: “We have fought for long and will continue to fight off terrorism.
The nation pays rich tribute to those who have laid their lives and their sacrifices will be honoured forever.”