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General Public is requested to report any suspicious activity in Punjab, Balochistan and Sind regarding terrorists at universal no 1135 and for KPK at 1125. These numbers can be dialed directly without any code from mobile or PTCL No. Apex Committee meeting at Peshawar. Review of ops, IBOs with main focus on return, resettlement and rehab of TDPs. COAS to Hoshab, South Balochistan to inspect New roads being built by Army Engrs/FWO as part of CPEC. Amazing pace and quality of work. (@AsimBajwaISPR)

Press Release
Rawalpindi - June 1, 2010: 

The Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani visited Kurram and Orakzai Agencies today. He was briefed about the security situation by the local military commanders. He also interacted with the troops and greatly appreciated their professionalism and high morale.

COAS also met the tribal masharan and thanked them for their consistent and wholehearted support to the security forces. He reassured them that return of normalcy and prosperity to the area will be ensured.

COAS’ visit to Orakzai Agency marks the successful conclusion of operations in the Agency. Return of IDPs is excepted to start shortly. He appreciated the professional conduct of the operation which has cleared the Agency of terrorists.

Earlier on arrival, the COAS was received by the Corps Commander, Lieutenant General Asif Yasin Malik and Inspector General Frontier Scouts, Major General Tariq Khan.

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The Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani meeting with troops during his visit to Kurram Agency on Tuesday. (01-6-2010) – Photo ISPR

The Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani interacting with the tribal masharan during his visit to Orakzai Agency on Tuesday. (01-6-2010) – Photo ISPR

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