Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has said that as a nation committed to youth, the challenge will be met and inshallah will be able to become a stronger nation by this time of difficulty. He was chairing Corps Commander Conference.
According to the Pakistan Army Department of Public Relations ISPR, the 231st Corps Commanders Conference, chaired by Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, was attended by corps commanders through video link from their respective headquarters.
Corps commanders discussed steps to tackle the Coronavirus situation and discussed issues related to the outbreak. To cope with the outbreak, the Army Chief directed the army deployed to assist civilian administration in accelerating relief work in remote areas, while the participants of Corps Commanders Conference showed concern over the situation in occupied Kashmir which had deteriorated over the past six months.
On this occasion, the Army Chief reaffirmed that commitment we would deal with this challenge as a nation with the youth and inshallah would be able to emerge a stronger nation after this time of difficulty.
Earlier, Major General Babar Iftikhar, director-general of the Pakistan Army’s Public Relations (ISPR), said in a message on the social networking site Twitter that the Coronavirus protective kits were shipped to Balochistan’s medical staff. The shipment included personal protective and medical equipment.