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. COAS arrived Brazil Army HQ. Was presented Guard of honor, and 19 guns salute. Met with Army Comd. Matters of mutual professional interest & mil to mil relations were discussed. COAS met Chief of joint staff Brazil Armed Forces, Gen Jose Carlos De Nardi. Regional security, emerging challenges. trg exchanges discussed. Pak Army's professionalism & operational achievements specially in ongoing ctr terrorism ops were hailed. (@AsimBajwaISPR)

Press Release
Rawalpindi - April 7, 2012: 
Names of persons buried under snow slide in Gayari sector near Skardu.


1.            PA-32596 Lt Col Tanvir Ul Hassan


2.            PA-39548 Maj Zaka Ul Haq


3.            PA-105358 Capt Haleem Ullah( AMC)


Junior Commission Officers

4.    N/Sub Khurshid


5.    N/Sub Didar


6.    N/Sub Malik


7.    N/Sub Iftikhar



8.    Hav Rehber


9.    Hav Haji Shafayat


10. Hav Zakir


11. Hav Gulfraz


12. Hav Shah Nawaz


13. Hav Musadiq


14. Hav Rustam


15. Hav Shad


16. Hav Ghulam Muhammad


17. Hav Sher Nayab


18. Hav Ishaq


19. Hav Tanvir


Lance Havildar / NaiK


20. L/Hav Mustafa


21. L/Hav Ghulam Qadir


22. Nk Ashraf


23. Nk Sartaj


24. Nk Mudasar


25. Nk Jabbar


Lance Naik / Sepoy


26. Lnk Irshad


27. Lnk Sami Ullah


28. Lnk Sharafat


29. Lnk Mustafa


30. Lnk Himayat


31. Lnk Altaf


32. Lnk Mir Hussain


33. Lnk Irfan


34. Sep Ali Zar


35. Sep Saleem


36. Sep Malik Riaz


37. Sep Jamil


38. Sep Akhtar


39. Sep Nadir Wali


40. Sep Israr


41. Sep Sajid


42. Sep Naseer


43. Sep Dildar


44. Sep Zaman


45. Sep Irfan Khalil


46. Sep Waseem


47. Sep Ehsan


48. Sep Ashraf


49. Sep Riaz


50. Sep Shoaib


51. Sep Iqbal


52. Sep Mumtaz


53. Sep Haider


54. Sep Mehtab


55. Zulqarnain


56. Sep Ghulab Shah


57. Sep Rehmat Wali


58. Sep Nadeem


59. Sep Nafs Ali


60. Sep Nadeem Hashmi


61. Sep Qurban


62. Sep Muhammad Khan


63. Sep Akbar


64. Sep Ali Muhammad


65. Sep Muhammad Ali


66. Sep Amin


67. Sep Fiaz


68. Sep Shakeel


69. Sep Siraj


70. Sep Fazal Abbas


71. Sep Javed


72. Sep Javed


73. Sep Sakhi Zaman


74. Sep Sajjad Kazmi


75. Sep Fida Hussain


76. Sep Naeem


77. Sep Shamim


78. Sep Zakir


79. Sep Nisar Hussain


80. Sep Aurangzeb


81. Sep Arshad


82. Sep Sultan


83. Sep Muhammad Hussain


84. Sep Nasir


85. Sep Ilyas


86. Sep Mukhtiar


87. Sep Fida Hussain


88. Sep Zaheer


89. Sep Naseer


90. Sep Aftab


91. Sep Adil


92. Sep Muzamil


93. Sep Sarfraz


94. Sep Shameer


95. Sep Soba Khan


96. Sep Abid


97. Sep Ishaq


98. Sep Aksar Zaman


99. Sep Najeeb Ullah


100.      Sep Siraj Ud Din


101.      Sep Jaffar


102.      Sep Ansar


103.      Sep Ishaq


104.      Sep Ghulam Rasool


105.      Sep Muhammad Hussain


106.      Sep Jumma khan


107.      Sep Muhammad Ali


108.      Sep Zakir Kawardo


109.      Sep Ghulam Mehdi


110.      Sep Ghazi Shah


111.      Sep Sana Ullah


112.      Sep Imtiaz


113.      Sep Hameed Ullah


114.      Sep Sadiq Gultri


115.      Sep  Gul Daz ( FS Sec)




116.      Nk / Clk Ghulam Nabi


117.      Nk/ Clk Ghulam Ali




118.      Sep/Ck Muhammad Ali


119.      Sep/Ck Karim


120.      Sep/Ck Ghulam Mehdi



121.      Moon Gul


122.      Asif


123.      Naveed


124.      Ali


Civilian (paid out of defence establishment)

125.      Jalil (Waiter)


126.      Hameed ( Waiter)


127.      Nasrullah (Barber)


128.      Muhammad Ameer (Barber)


129.      Waheed ( Canteen)


130.      Azeem (Canteen)


131.      Sarfraz (Dhobi)


132.      Wali (Dhobi)


133.      Noor Shah ali (Dhobi)


134.      Sabir (Tailor)


135.      Ghulam Rasool (NCB)   - Uncfm/Suspected


Press Release
Rawalpindi - April 7, 2012: 

Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani visited Jhelum and Tilla Ranges, today. 
At Tilla Ranges, COAS witnessed the training manoeuvres of Strike Corps elements, with Close Air Support of PAF components. COAS emphasized that Army's current commitments against militancy must not dilute response and training for conventional warfare.
Earlier, COAS visited the Pakistan Army Rifle Association Ranges at Jhelum to witness the ongoing matches of 19th National Shooting Championship. He appreciated the standards of marksmanship displayed by the participants. Lieutenant General Muzzammil Hussain, Inspector General Training and Evaluation, accompanied the COAS on the occasion.
Earlier on arrival at Tilla, COAS was received by Commander Mangla Corps, Lieutenant General Tariq Khan.


Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani meeting with troops during his visit at Tilla Ranges today.  (07-04-2012)- Photo ISPR

Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani witnessing the training manoeuvres of Strike Corps elements, with Close Air Support of PAF components during his visit at Tilla Ranges today.  (07-04-2012)- Photo ISPR


Press Release
Rawalpindi - April 7, 2012: 
As many as 135 persons including 124 army soldiers and 11 civilians (paid out of def estb) of 6 Northern Light Infantry Battalion came under a huge snow slide early this morning in Gayari sector near Skardu. Snow slide is covering an area of 1 sq kilometer. This battalion headquarter is situated at same place for last 20 years and no incident of this nature has happened.

However immediately after the incident Rescue efforts went in on. Sniffing dogs, helicopters and troops on ground are employed on rescue efforts .

Heavy Engineers machinery have been moved from Rawalpindi by air.

List/names of person buried under snow slide being put on ispr website shortly


Press Release
Rawalpindi - April 7, 2012: 
For information regarding buried soldiers in snow slide in Gyari Sector, contact following helpline numbers:-
1.         05150932040,
2.         0515590212
3.         03215136525.  
A helpline has also been established in Gilgit (Headquarter FCNA). Telephone numbers are:-
1.         05811920181
2.         05811920335.   

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