RAWALPINDI: General Syed Asim Munir, the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), has stressed that individuals involved in terrorism, along with their associates and supporters aiming to disrupt Pakistan through hostile actions, will be relentlessly pursued until they surrender to the Pakistani state.
On Wednesday, the COAS visited the Sherwangi area near Asman Manza in the South Waziristan District. In this location, six courageous soldiers had tragically lost their lives on Tuesday while bravely combatting terrorists. Upon his arrival, the COAS received an extensive briefing on the security scenario, encompassing ongoing intelligence activities and counter-terrorism maneuvers.
During his time there, the COAS engaged with officers and troops stationed in the region, commending their unwavering determination in confronting the threat of terrorism. He expressed, “The martyrs hold immense importance for us, and their sacrifices will remain meaningful until complete tranquility and stability are restored in Pakistan.” Notably, upon his arrival, the COAS was welcomed by the commander of the Peshawar Corps.