Current
Reminder of good old days, passing out 129 PMA Course at Kakul. Despite rain, clouds, COAS & PM landed, reviewed parade. Perfect parade, felt proud. Polio Campaign:Waziristan, the most affected area, followed by Khyber and a small area in Karachi. Need to join hands to save next generation. (Tweeted by DG ISPR @AsimBajwaISPR)

Press Release
Rawalpindi - December 23, 2011: 

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani visited the forward posts in Mohmand and Kurram Agencies on 22 December 2011.
While speaking to the troops, he appreciated the successes achieved under trying environment and the sacrifices made in the process. He said that no one can put a price tag on the sacred blood of Shuhada of the Nation. The men and women of Pakistan Army are performing their duty of defending Pakistan in accordance with the oath they took. They will continue to do so with the support and prayers of their countrymen, regardless of the cost.
Responding to a question, COAS reiterated that Pakistan Army has and will continue to support democratic process in the Country. The Army is fully cognizant of its constitutional obligations and responsibilities.
 He strongly dispelled the speculations of any military takeover and said that these are misleading and are being used as a bogey to divert the focus from the real issues.
He emphasized that the issues of national security need to be considered on merit alone. He concluded by saying that irrespective of all other considerations, there can be no compromise on national security.

---------------------------


Press Release
Rawalpindi - December 23, 2011: 
Pak Army does not agree with the findings of the US/NATO inquiry as being reported in the media. The inquiry report is short on facts. Detailed response will be given as and when the formal report is received.

----------------------

Press Release
Rawalpindi - December 23, 2011: 

 

Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani presiding over the 33rd Centre Commandant Conference at General Headquarters on Friday. (23-12-2011) Photo ISPR 

Rate this page
our publications
Reader's Corner

A leading English-language monthly magazine carried Pakistan's founding father Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah's caricature on the cover of its February issue, showing him espousing a beard instead of the familiar clean-shaven face we all know and love. Read More

Act of Valour
View All

Captain Mearaj Mohammad Shaheed (Sitara-e-Basalat)