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Press Release
Rawalpindi - May 5, 2015: 

Corps Commanders’ conference was held here today at General Headquarters. General Raheel Sharif, Chief of Army Staff (COAS)  presided.

Professional matters were discussed during the meeting. Participants also dwelt at length on internal and external security situation in the country and reviewed progress of operation Zarb-e-Azb and ongoing IBOs in the country.

Speaking to  the forum, COAS said with an overwhelming support of the entire nation,  operation Zarb-e-Azb has inflicted significant damage on terrorists. Emphasizing the continued precision targeting of terrorists squeezed in isolated pockets in FATA, COAS directed all concerned to intensify IBOs against criminals, terrorists and their abettors in Urban areas for enduring peace in the country.

The Conference also took serious notice of RAW’s involvement in whipping up terrorism in Pakistan.

COAS said terror free Pakistan is now a National resolve. Thousands of innocent Pakistanis including our children have been martyred by terrorists/extremists. Law Enforcement Agencies and our brave armed forces have given lot of sacrifices in fighting these misguided and hardened criminals to safeguard a peaceful and better future for our next generation. COAS said that these sacrifices will not go waste. We will take this war to its logical conclusion. Dignity and honour of our country, its people and gallant armed forces will be safe guarded at all cost, he added.

 COAS said surge against terrorists and criminals is apolitical, across the board and focused to achieve peace in the country.


COAS chairing Corps commanders conference held here at GHQ on Tuesday

Press Release
Rawalpindi - May 5, 2015: 

Maj Gen Muhammad Imran Majeed has been promoted to the rank of Lt Gen and appointed Surgeon General. A very competent and highly professional doctor. He is regarded as pioneer in cardiac electrophysiology at National Level and his services have been duly acknowledged  in this field. He has been commandant Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology (AFIC). Presently, he is posted at Army Medical College, Rawalpindi


File Photo of Maj Gen Imran Majeed, who has been promoted Lt Gen and appointed Surgeon General

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