Canada Global (Web News) On Saturday, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir announced his intention to prosecute all those responsible for the damage on the Black Day of May 9th.
The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that the army chief made his statement while on a visit to the Corps Headquarters in Peshawar.
According to the ISPR, the army commander declared that the armed forces will not put up with any more attempts to violate the sanctity and security of their facilities or engage in vandalism.
A thorough briefing on the current state of security and ongoing counterterrorism initiatives was provided to COAS. He was grateful for the professionalism, effectiveness, and accomplishments of law enforcement organisations in the ongoing war against terrorism.
Additionally, he spoke to Corps officers and focused on the changing challenges to national security. “We shall continue with our efforts to promote peace and stability, and there will be no room for process spoilers,” he said.
The army leader was also made aware of the difficulties presented by information warfare and attempts to spread false information. He emphasised that malevolent elements are making a deliberate effort to target the Armed Forces. He promised that with the help of the Pakistani people, such evil plans would be thwarted.
When COAS first arrived, Corps Commander Peshawar welcomed him.