World Needs To Know The Struggle Of Kashmir For Freedom: Gen Raheel

Army Chief General Raheel Sharif said on Wednesday that the world needs to recognise the aspiration of Kashmiri people and their struggle for freedom from the occupying forces.

While condemning the killings of Kashmiri youth executed by Indian forces, General Raheel said the international community should help resolve the long-standing dispute for enduring peace in the region.

He was chairing the Corps Commander Conference at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi where the army’s top brass took an in-depth review of the country’s internal security situation, said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) in a statement.

Moreover, the army chief appreciated the relentless efforts of intelligence and law enforcement agencies towards ensuring peace during Eid days despite numerous threats.

During the discussion on external security situation with special emphasis on Afghanistan, the forum reviewed the progress vis-à-vis efforts for effective border management.

DG ISPR Said “Corps Commanders Conference was held here today at the General Headquarters. General Raheel Sharif, Chief of Army Staff chaired the meeting. The forum took an in-depth review of internal security situation and discussed professional matters. COAS appreciated the relentless efforts of Intelligence and Law Enforcement Agencies towards ensuring peace and security during Eid days in the face of numerous threats.

World Needs To Know The Struggle Of Kashmir For Freedom Gen Raheel (2)

External security situation was comprehensively discussed with particular emphasis on situation in Afghanistan. To scrutinize cross border movement and ensure strict check on terrorist’s movement, the forum reviewed progress of measures being taken for effective border management. Condemning Indian brutal killings of innocent Kashmiri youth, COAS reiterated that the world needs to recognize the aspirations of Kashmiri people, their struggle for freedom and help resolve the long standing dispute for lasting amity in Kashmir and enduring peace in the region

 

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