Rawalpindi: The Corps Commanders Conference discussed the internal security of the country and geo-strategic environment on Tuesday.
Newsbox reported that The Corps commander Conference was held in Rawalpindi on Tuesday where the security situation was discussed. Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Chief of the Army Staff General Qamar Javed led the 217th Corps Commanders Conference at the General Headquarters (GHQ).
The conference was held with the intention to scrutinize the security condition of the country, fencing the Pak-Afghan border and also to review the situation on eastern border.
Indian surgical strikes and aggression was also came under discussion, along with the Afghan reconciliation in military brass.
The meeting also carried the success that was bagged by security forces in maintaining peace and establishing security in country, informed ISPR.
The 217th edition of the military leadership’s meetings occurred at a crucial time when rise against anti-Pakistan sentiments in Indian politicians have taken.
It should be noted that Pakistani Army soldiers shot two quadcopters that attempted to enter into the boundary of Pakistan from India.
Director-General of ISPR, Major General Asif Ghafoor mentioned that India recently threatened about the surgical strikes but we would foil all their plans, just like how we gunned down the quadcopter as it tried to cross Pakistan’s border.