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FC KP  recovered large  quantity of  weapons and ammunition last night from Akka Khel , Guli Khel & Ghaibi  Nokia  areas of  khyber agency during an IBO. The recoveries include Sub Machine Guns,  prepared IEDs and fuses.

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Pakistan Rangers Punjab alongwith CTD, Police and Intelligence Agencies carried out joint search operation in riverine areas of Mandi Bahauddin today. During operation, 5 suspects  of  facilitation of terrorist activities were apprehended.  Illegal  automatic weapons and ammunition recovered.

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Commander Kulbushan Sudhir Jadhav, the serving Indian Naval Officer who has been sentenced to death on charges of espionage, sabotage and terrorism has made a mercy petition to the Chief of Army Staff.

In his plea, Commander Jadhav has admitted his involvement in espionage, terrorist and subversive activities in Pakistan and expressed remorse at the resultant loss of many precious innocent lives and extensive damage to property due to his actions. Seeking forgiveness for his actions he has requested the Chief of Army Staff to spare his life on compassionate grounds.

Commander Jhadev had earlier appealed to the Military Appellate Court which was rejected. Under the law he is eligible to appeal for clemency to the COAS (which he has done) and if rejected, subsequently to the President of Pakistan.

His second confessional video, in which he can be seen accepting his acts of terrorism and espionage is also released so that the world should know what India has done and continues to do against Pakistan.

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TRANSCRIPT OF 2ND CONFESSIONAL STATEMENT OF COMMANDER KULBHUSHAN SUDHIR JADHAV

I am Commander Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav. Number 41558 Zulu of the Indian Navy
I am a commissioned officer in the Indian Navy. And my alias name was Hussain Mubarak Patel. And I was basically; I’d visited Karachi on 2 occasions in 2005 and 2006 for basic intelligence gathering on Naval installations and subsequent detail. Basically gathering information on the landing sites around Karachi and various naval vessels or whatever I could gather about the navy.

The RAW officials had started sniffing that the Modi government will be in power by 2014. So I was inducted and my services were handed over to Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). And the aim was to see that all the activities around the Mekran Coast and Karachi and Balochistan Interior. Turbat and Quetta were to be organized and nicely coordinated.

Subsequently, me along with Anil Kumar had a meeting with Alok Joshi. Where in the plans and the finalization of the activities along the Mekran Coast and Karachi were finalized. I was stationed in Chahbahar, The Iranian Port City under a fictitious name “Hussein Mubarak Patel” and I was running a business there “Kaminda Trading company”.  It was a discreet non embassy based operation exclusively meant to conduct meetings with Baloch insurgents and terrorists. The aim of these meetings was always to see that the Aims and the Targets of RAW to conduct the various terrorist activities within Balochistan are conveyed properly to the insurgents and any kinds of requirements of them are conveyed back to the RAW officials.

My purpose of this time visit to Pakistan was to establish and meet the basic leadership of Baloch sub nationals, the BLA or the BRA and establish and Infiltrate around 30 to 40 RAW operatives along the Mekran Coast for Operations along with Baloch sub nationals and miscreants or Terrorists.

The aim was to have RAW operatives on field so that they could facilitate and help the Baloch sub nationals in carrying out precision targets to be carried out. Precision, I would say sort of a military sort of a connection to the entire Operation.
Balochistan doesn’t have a movement on the sea, so the aim was to raise within the Baloch sub nationals a sea front, so that the activities could be properly coordinated from the sea side and subsequently taken on further inwards, may be Quetta or Turbat or maybe interiors of various places.

The subsequent activities which were then handed over by RAW when I subsequently started working for Research and analysis wing, the main aim was focused to Balochistan and the Karachi region. The idea was to see to it that the sub nationals with in this region were facilitated and supported financially and with arms and Ammunition, weapons and some kind of maybe man and material movement also across the coast.

So me being a naval officer I was given the task of seeing that how they could be landed across the Mekran coast, between Gwadar, Jewani or whichever suitable points were there across this belt. And the main ideology beyond this was that the economic and the various activities which go along the CPEC region between Gwadar and China had to be distorted and disrupted and some destabilized so that the aim was to just basically raise the level of insurgency within Balochistan and the Karachi region.

Research and Analysis Wing through Mr Anil Kumar has been abetting and financing and sponsoring a lot of activities within Balochistan and Sindh. The entire Hundi and Hawala operations are undertaken from Delhi and Mumbai via Dubai into Pakistan and during one such important transaction was the 40,000 dollars which was transferred to Baloch sub Nationals via Dubai. Also the finances which are coming into Balochistan and Sindh for various anti National activities are coming through consulates in Jalalabad and Kandhar and the Consulate in Zahidan. These are very important consulates which are used by Research and Analysis Wing to transfer dollars into the Balochistan movement.

And one such instance was where I was directly involved and I was observing the transaction was when 40,000 Dollars were recently transferred from India via Dubai to one such Baloch National operative within Pakistan.

Research and Analysis Wing and Mr Anil Kumar on behalf of RAW had been sponsoring regularly the various terrorist activities within Pakistan. Especially Hazara Muslims, Shia Muslims who move around on pilgrimage between Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan were basically to be targeted and killed. They were already being done, it was being done but the level had to be raised to the very high level so that the movement completely stops.

Then the targets on various workers of FWO who were conducting construction of various roads within Balochistan and the third major activity was the IED attacks which were being carried out by the Baloch sub nationals within Quetta, Turbat or various other cities of Balochistan.They were being directly sponsored by RAW.

Mr Anil Kumar has been sponsoring sectarian violence across Sindh and Balochistan and also sponsoring various assassinations across this same region so that instability or some kind of fear is set into the mindsets of the people of Pakistan, and in one such process SSP Chaudhary was assassinated. This was a direct mention by Mr Anil Kumar to me.

The various financing which subsequently happened for the TTP and various other Afghan anti Pakistani terrorist groups led to the attack by TTP on one of the Mehran Naval Bases in which a lot of damage was cost to the Pakistani Navy. Other sort of radar installation attack, the Sui pipeline gas attack, then attacks on civilian bus Stations where some I suppose Pakistani Nationals were being targeted by Sub Nationals and murdered and massacred so that a sort of disruption in the CPEC is done that was being funded and directly supported by Mr Anil Kumar. He wanted it to be raised to the next level so that complete disruption and complete stoppage of the Economic corridor between Gwadar and China is achieved.

One of the operations which was being planned by RAW officials along with Baloch insurgents was a military style attack on Zahidan Pakistani consulate. The aim was to either attack it with a grenade or some kind of RPG or IED attack or then try to harm the consulate General or some kind of vicious attack on the Pakistani consulate in Zahidan. It was being militarily planned, the RAW officials were involved in Iran and the Baloch Sub Nationals who were supposed to carry out the attack or facilitate the entire process were being involved and I was well aware of the plan which was being conducted and how it was being planned.

RAW was sponsoring the setting up of the modern website, a new website which was being already run through Nepal which the Balochistan movement was carrying on, on the Cyber world and the creation of the website, the previous maintenance of the already existing website was being handled by the Research and Analysis wing from Nepal, Kathmandu which was luring people from within Pakistan for various activities to be carried out in the future.

This time while crossing over into Pakistan I travelled all the way from Chahbahar in a private Taxi along with Rakesh to the Iranian Pakistan border near Sarawan. From wherein I crossed into Pakistan along with Baloch Sub Nationals and after about an hour or so I was apprehended by the Pakistani authorities in Pakistan.

Basically the movement into Pakistan for me was, I was on a visa and official visa in Iran and I was moving with my passports so I carried my passports with till the border almost so that if Iranian authorities or Iranian people who are about to check me or I am stopped or checked I should have a legitimate reason for movement with in Iran and my subsequent movement into Pakistan and then backwards. While I was not intending to having being caught so on my movement backwards again I would have had a legitimate reason to go about, With that passport with the legitimate visa of Iran.

During my judicial proceedings which were held under the field General court martial, I was accorded a defense council by the officials here which were conducting the entire proceedings.

Today I genuinely after the time having spent in Pakistan I feel very ashamed and I genuinely seek pardon of the acts and sins and crimes I have committed here against the Nation and the people of Pakistan.

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Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa  called on Prime Minister of Turkey, Mr Binali Yaldarim. COAS thanked the Prime Minister on Turkish support to Pakistan in various international fora. The two discussed matters related to regional security and commonality of challenges facing the two brotherly countries. Turkish  Prime Minister   appreciated the positive role Pakistan plays in the region as well as in the larger Muslim world. He reiterated Turkish support for Pakistan's stance on Kashmir. COAS thanked him, saying Pakistan and Turkey share same stance on many issues and Pakistan supports Turkey’s position on Cyprus as well as its efforts against terrorism of all hue and colour.

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During intelligence based operations in Wazirstan Agency,  Security forces recovered huge quantity of arms and ammunition  from village Maidankai of South Wazirstan Agency & village Zarkai of North Wazirstan Agency. The recovered arms & ammo include  LMGs, 12.7, RPG7s, SMGs, grenades, Rifles, Pistols, explosive boxes, Anti Personal mines daggers and various calibre  ammuntion including Rockets of RPG7, 14.5 mm rounds ,ammunition boxes of 12.7,12 bore rifle rounds,HMG and SMG ammunition.

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Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa who is on an official visit to Turkey,  called  on  Defence Minister of Turkey, Mr Fikri ISIK today. Matters related to regional situation and bilateral security cooperation were discussed. Both agreed upon the tremendous potential for cooperation in the fields of security policies, defence production and human resource training. Ambassador of Pakistan to Turkey, Mr Sohail was also present during the meeting.

Earlier COAS visited Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI). Upon arrival he was briefed about the projects being undertaken by TAI in both military and civil aviation industry.   TAI has developed particular expertise in helicopters and UAVs. COAS visited the facility and took an introductory flight in T129 attack helicopter.

Speaking on the occasion, COAS warmly appreciated the indigenous technical prowess achieved by Turkey. Pakistan has great technological and industrial potential which open the scope for very meaningful defence cooperation between the two countries.

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COAS meeting defence minister of Turkey

COAS visited Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI)

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Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa called on Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Matters of mutual interest and regional security were discussed. COAS thanked the President for perennial Turkish support to Pakistan and its role in bringing peace and stability in the region. Turkish President acknowledged sacrifices made by Pakistan and contributions by Pakistan Army in fight against terrorism and militancy.

Turkish President said that Islamic countries can contribute immensely towards global peace and stability and OIC offers a platform to do that through conflict resolution and dialogue. He said that Pakistan plays a very important role towards that end and multi faceted cooperation between the two brotherly countries will have a positive influence. Both noted that Turkey and Pakistan can always count on each other's unconditional and sincere support.

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Keel Laying ceremony of 32 Tons Bollard Pull (BP) Tug being built for Pakistan Navy was held at Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works (KS&EW).  Lt Gen ( Rtd) Syed Muhammad Owais, Secretary, Ministry of Defence Production, graced the occasion as Chief Guest.

While speaking on the occasion, the Chief Guest said that construction of 32 Tons BP Tug is in pursuance of the mission of MoDP towards self reliance and indigenisation in shipbuilding. He appreciated the efforts of PN and KS&EW in playing a significant role in turning this vision into reality. He also praised the KS&EW management and workforce which have consistently shown remarkable performance by executing all the projects on time.

Earlier MD KS&EW, R/Adm Syed Hasan Nasir Shah in his welcome address said that today marks the keel lying of second 32 Tons BP Tug, which is part of the contract awarded by PN for the construction of two similar Tugs. While presenting brief overview of ongoing construction projects being executed simultaneously at KS&EW, R/Adm Syed Hasan Nasir Shah added that new contracts for the construction of Offshore Patrol Vessel and Hydrographic Survey Vessel for PN, and Surveillance Boats for Pakistan Customs have also been signed during the month of June.

He also expressed his profound gratitude for Ministry of Defence Production and Pakistan Navy for their contribution in the revival of this national asset. He assured that KS&EW will leave no stone unturned in meeting the expectations of nation and Pakistan Navy.

This 32 Tons BP Tug is third of the series being built at Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works. The ceremony was attended by high ranking officials from GoP, Pakistan Navy, corporate sector and KS&EW.

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Group photo at Keel Laying ceremony of 32 Tons Bollard Pull (BP) Tug being at Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works (KS&EW)

Keel Laying ceremony of 32 Tons Bollard Pull (BP) Tug being at Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works (KS&EW)

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Measures to improve security situation along the Pak-Afg border continue. In line with the directions of COAS, phased fencing of entire Pak-Afg border has commenced. In phase 1, high infiltration prone border areas in Bajaur, Mohmand and Khyber Agencies are being fenced. In phase 2 fencing of remaining border areas including Baluchistan will be executed. Besides fencing, Pakistan Army and FC KP are constructing new Forts / Border Posts to improve surveillance and defensibility. A secure Pak-Afg border is in common interest of both countries and a well coordinated border security mechanism is essential for enduring peace and stability.

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Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa   in Turkey on official visit. On arrival, COAS visited   Ataturk Mausoleum and laid floral wreath to pay homage to the father of Turkish nation and penned down his respects on the visitor’s book.

COAS visited Turkish Land Force Headquarters where he was received by General Salih Zeki Çolak, Commander Turkish Land Forces and was presented   guard of honour. At the Turkish Land Force Headquarters, COAS was briefed on the regional security situation as well as the Turkish Land Forces and their various undertakings in field of training, defence production and peace keeping operations. 

COAS was awarded the Legion of Merit in a simple and graceful ceremony in recognition of his services for promotion of Pakistan-Turkey defence ties.   Speaking on the occasion, COAS underscored the special place that turkey enjoys in the hearts of all Pakistanis. He dedicated the award to the Shuhada of both Pakistani and Turkish Armed Forces. 

Later, COAS called on chief of Turkish General Staff, General Hulusi Akar and discussed matters related to regional security and the role Armed Forces of both countries play towards peace and stability. The two military leaders agreed to further enhance defence cooperation in multiple fields. Turkish military leadership was greatly appreciative of the role Pakistan Army plays against terrorism as well as in peace keeping operations and as a factor of stability in a very volatile region.

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Pakistan Rangers Punjab alongwith CTD, Police and Intelligence Agencies carried out joint search operations in surounding areas of Mandi Bahudin and Nilore Islamabad. During operation, 7 suspects were apprehanded and  illegal weapons, ammunition were recovered.

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General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, addressed the participants of National security and War Course today, at National Defence University Islamabad. The Chairman dilated upon various facets of jointness to create effects upon entire spectrum of challenges being faced under the current environment. He emphasized upon a synergized national response and highlighted the importance of capitalizing on the new opportunities emerging out of CPEC.

The talk was followed by a vibrant and candid question and answer session relating to internal and regional security environment.

Earlier upon arrival at NDU, CJCSC was received by President NDU Lieutenant General Rizwan Akhtar.

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Security Forces   killed two terrorists in exchange of fire. Terrorists were attempting to fire raid on check post near Dewana Baba Ziarat, 12 km North of  Tank.

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Funeral prayers of two Pakistan Navypersonnel Syed Hassan Raza (Medical technician) and Khalil Murad (Leading Fire man) who embraced Shahadat on Monday during attack on PN vehicle at Jiwani by terrorists were offered today.

Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah also attended the funeral at PNS SHIFA Hospital Karachi.

Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah condemned the gory attack on PN personnel and condoled with the bereaved families. Naval Chief expressed his deep grief and sorrow on the incident and said that such heinous and cowardly acts can’t deter national resolve of Pakistan Navy to stand against terrorism.

The Admiral further added that great sacri0ces of Shuhada for national defence and to root out terrorism in the country are highly praiseworthy. The Admiral further added that handful of terrorists can’t succeed in their nefarious design of destabilizing the country. Naval Chief reiterated that Pakistan Navy, in collaboration with other Law Enforcement Agencies, is committed to eradicate the menace of terrorism in the country.

The Admiral prayed for eternal peace of the martyred soulsand grant of courage to the bereaved families to bear the loss and prayed for swift recovery of those injured.

Chief of the Naval Staff also visited injured personnel at PNS SHIFA hospital Karachi and also met the families of the Shuhada and injured.

Besides Pakistan Navy senior officials and men, personnel of sister services, relatives, friends and a large number of people also attended the funeral.

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Pakistan Rangers Punjab along with CTD, Police and Int Agencies carried out joint search operations in surrounding areas of Kharian and Sarai Alamgir. During op, 20 suspects were appr and  illegal weapons, ammunition were recovered.

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Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah congratulated Pakistan Cricket Team on the historic victory in Champion’s Trophy 2017.  Naval Chief also congratulated Pakistani cricket team captain Sarfaraz Ahmed and Fakhar Zaman, Man of the Match of the final, on outstanding performance. Pakistan Navy is proud of Fakhar Zaman who remained part of Pakistan Navy and PN cricket team for 07 years.

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A major terrorist activity foiled in DG Khan. Pakistan Rangers Punjab conducted IBOs in DG Khan last night.  During exchange of fire 2 terrorists were killed who were planning terrorist action during a religious activity.

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Chief of Army Staff(COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa addressed participants of National Security and War Course at National Defence University Islamabad.

Highlighting internal and external challenges to national security, COAS said that the full spectrum of threat demands comprehensive national response and Army is fully engaged in enabling that response in coordination with other institutions of the state.
COAS said that terrorism has no religion, sect or ethnicity. Pakistan has fought against this menace indiscriminately and shall root it out through ongoing operation Radd-ul-Fasaad. He said that terrorism can not be defeated by closing eyes from one's own responsibilities and resorting to throwing blames outside as being done by few players in the region.

He said that Pakistan Army is committed to defence and security of the country and shall continue to perform with support of the people of Pakistan.

Earlier,  on arrival at NDU, COAS was received by President NDU Lieutenant General Rizwan Akhtar.

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During  intelligence based operation  Security Forces recovered huge quantity of arms and ammunition  from village Sar Kunr and Manzr khel of Tehsil Datta Khel, North Waziristan Agency .The recovered arms & ammo include   12.7 mm ,HMGs,  SMGs,Missile launcher, Pistols, large number of RPG 7 and ammunition of various calibres including Rockets of RPG7, Draganov, Rockets of 107 mm ,ammunition boxes of 12.7,HMGs,SMG ,SBRL, and IEDs along with detonators.

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General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, during his 2nd day of the official visit to China, called on Air Marshal Xu Qilian, Vice Chairman of Central Military Commission. Matters related to prevailing strategic environment and bilateral defence & security cooperation were discussed during the meeting.

General Zubair Mahmood Hayat also called on Mr Yu Zhengsheng, Chairman Chinese People's Consultative Conference (CPPCC), Mr Meng Jianzhou, Secretary of Political and Judiciary Commission and Mr Tang Dengjie, Administrator of State Administration for Science, Technology and Industry for National Defence (SASTIND). During these meetings both sides resolved to stand together as Iron Brothers during current and emerging scenarios.

CJCSC also had an interaction with Chinese Think Tanks, "China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations", "Academy of Military Sciences" and "China Institute for International Strategic Studies”. CJCSC dilated upon emerging security challenges and response strategies both at regional and global level.

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Commander 10 Corps Lieutenant General Nadeem Raza visited troops deployed along LOC in Iftikharabad Sector. He reviewed the operational preparedness and expressed his satisfaction on operational readiness and vigilance exercised by forward troops. Commander expressed his concern over continuous cease fire violations by Indian troops targeting innocent civil population residing close to LOC. While appreciating the indomitable spirit, he lauded the high morale of deployed troops and unflinching resolve of civil population of the area and urged for a befitting response to Indian cease fire violations.

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COAS hosted dinner at Army House for cricket legends Sir Vivian Richards and Ian Chappell. Thanked them for visiting Pakistan.

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While on an official visit to Sri Lanka, Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah called on President of Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, Maithripala Sirisena, Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, State Minister of Defence, Dinendra Ruwan Wijewardene and Secretary to Ministry of Defence, Eng. Karunasena Hettiarachchi in separate meetings. 

During the meetings with President and Prime Minister, matters of mutual interests were dilated upon. Admiral Zakaullah highlighted, Pakistan Navy’s efforts, in pursuance of Govt of Pakistan Policies, to maintain peace and security in the Indian Ocean Region in collaboration with international community. The Admiral reiterated Pakistan’s continued support to Sri Lankan Armed Forces in the field of training, provision of technical manpower and expertise.

Sri Lankan President and Prime Minister acknowledged Pakistan Navy’s strenuous efforts for maintaining maritime security in the region and  also expressed satisfaction over the historical bonds and defence collaboration between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in various avenues including training, reciprocal visits, port calls and exercises and looked forward to further increase defence ties and  bilateral relations.

The dignitaries highly lauded Pakistan Navy’s all out support and assistance to Sri Lankan people during the recent devastated floods.

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Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah being received by President of  Sri Lanka, Maithripala Sirisena during call on


Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah presenting souvenir to the President of Sri Lanka, Maithripala Sirisena


Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah exchanging views with Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, Ranil Wickremesinghe during  call on


Chief of the Naval Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah with Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, Ranil Wickremesinghe during Call on


Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah exchanging views with State Minister of Defence Sri Lanka, Dinendra Ruwan Wijewardene


Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah exchanging views with Secy to the Ministry of Defence Sri Lanka, Eng Karunasena Hettiarachchi

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Four days good will cum training visit of PLA (Navy) Task Group to Pakistan concluded today. Three Chinese Navy war ships CHANG CHUN, JING ZHOU and CHAO HU were part of this task group under the command of mission commander Rear Admiral Shen Hao, Deputy Commander East Sea Fleet.

During stay at Karachi, the officers and men of the visiting ships held professional discussions and interactions with counterparts from Pakistan Navy on the subjects of mutual interests. Chief of the Naval
Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah also visited PLA(N) ships and was accorded warm welcome upon arrival.  The mission commander of Chinese Navy, Rear Admiral Shen Hao called on Senior Officials of Pakistan   Navy and Civilian dignitaries.

In tandem, operational training activities, joint interactive sessions, table top discussions on professional topics and social events were also arranged between the officers and men of two navies.

At the end of the visit, a Passage Exercise (PASSEX) was conducted in the North Arabian Sea between Pakistan Navy Flotilla and PLA (N) task group to enhance interoperability between two navies. During the exercise the platforms of both the Navies performed tactical maneuvers and boarding as well as Go Fast drills. Different serials of Air Defence exercise and Anti Ship Missile Defence Exercise were also concluded.

The Visit of PLA (Navy) Task Group is expected to further strengthen the time tested friendship of China and Pakistan besides enhancing mutual collaboration and cooperation between two navies.

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Chief of Army staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Peshawar Corps Headquarters. He was given detailed briefing on situation along Pak-Afghan border, ongoing and future operations, progress on development works and return of TDPs. COAS appreciated improved security situation and measures for better border management including fencing.

COAS expressed his satisfaction on operational readiness of the formations and asked them to stay vigilant against all types of threat. He said that we consider Afghanistan as a brotherly neighbor and terrorists are our common enemy. The threat thus requires a trust based coordinated response rather than blame game or unwarranted skirmishes.

COAS said that unilateral actions like drone strike etc are counterproductive and against spirit of ongoing cooperation and intelligence sharing being diligently undertaken by Pakistan. Pakistan Army is capable of taking effective measure if actionable intelligence is shared. He said that our focus now is to transform our operational achievements in FATA into enduring peace and stability for which early mainstreaming of FATA through reforms is essential and Pakistan Army fully supports all efforts towards that end.

COAS said that our brave tribal brothers, through their support, cooperation and resolve, have enabled its security forces to succeed during the operations and now it is time for them to live a fearless and quality social life as citizens of Pakistan. COAS said that Pakistan Army shall continue its efforts to consolidate gains achieved thus far and stated that Army stands with all other institutions to get Pakistan rid of menaces retarding its progress and prosperity.

Earlier, on arrival at Corps Headquarters, COAS was received by Commander Peshawar Corps Lieutenant General Nazir Ahmad Butt.

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General  Zubair Mahmood Hayat, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, who is on three days official visit to China, attended 12th Round of Defence and Security Talks. CJCSC had meetings with General Fang Fenghui, Chinese Chief of Joint Staff Department and Chinese Foreign Minister, Mr Wang Yi.

Chinese leadership lauded strong Iron bond between the two countries and agreed to further strengthen and deepen this strategic relationship.

Earlier on arrival at Ba Yi Building, a smartly turned out contingent of Chinese Armed Forces presented Guard of Honour to the CJCSC.

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Indian troops initiated  unprovoked heavy weapons including mortar firing  targetting Civil population along LOC in Jandrot and Hot spring sector today . 2 citizens Waqar younas age 18 years and Asad Ali age 19 years resident of Bhabra village  embraced shahadat while 3 were injured due to Indian firing  . Injured include  Muhammad Shahbaz age 30 years  resident of Bhabra village, Shumaila khurshid age 35 years  and Hafsa Shabbir age 14 years resident of Chakrali village.

Pak Army effectively responded on posts firing on civilians. Reports of damage to Indian posts and casualties.

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Mr. Thomas Drew, British High Commissioner today called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa at GHQ.

Matters of mutual interest and regional security were discussed.

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FC Balochistan conducted an IBO in Quetta today.  Two wanted Terrorists of BLA were tracked who got killed in exchange of fire. The killed terrorists were involved in attacking Armed Forces, target killing, Kidnapping for ransom and IEDS planting in Quetta, Margate and Sangaan areas of Balochistan.

In FATA, Security Forces recovered huge quantity of weapons and ammunition  during an IBO  in village Nizkan khel, Razin, Nazar khel of South Waziristan Agency. Village Kaskai of  Lower Dir, village Sirigal of Chitral and various areas of Dara Adam khel. The recoveries include SMGs ,Sakila gun ,Missiles,12 bore rifles, grenades, communication  equipment, binoculars, ammunition of various calibres including 82 MM mortar  & 12.7 mm rounds, rockets of RPG7, rounds of Draganov, Switches,detonators and 14.5 mm ammunition.

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Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah is on an official visit to Sri Lanka. During the visit, the Naval Chief called on Chief of Defence Staff Sri Lanka Armed Forces, Air Chief Marshal Kolitha Gunathilake and Commanders of Sri Lankan Army, Navy and Airforce. A ceremonial Guard of Honour was also presented to the Naval Chief at three services Headquarters.

Upon his arrival at Sri Lankan Naval Headquarters, the Admiral was received by Commander Sri Lankan Navy, Vice Admiral Ravindra C Wijegunaratne.
 
During the meeting, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah dilated upon matters of mutual interest and bilateral naval collaboration. Commander Sri Lankan Navy acknowledged the significance of close and strong bilateral naval association in diverse realms between Pakistan Navy and Sri Lankan Navy. Vice Admiral  Wijegunaratne thanked Naval Chief for prompt and timely support during the devastated floods in Sri Lanka and highly appreciated professional acumen and commitment of Pakistan Navy personnel, displayed during Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief operations.

Admiral Zakaullah expressed that prompt and timely help to Sri Lankan people was a display of Pakistan Navy’s unflinching resolve in support of a friendly nation in times of need, and further reiterated that PN will go a long way in further cementing the bonds of friendship between the two nations.

The Naval Chief also called on Chief of Defence Staff Sri Lanka Armed Forces, Air Chief Marshal Kolitha Gunathilake, Commander of Army, Lieutenant General A W J Crishanthe De Silva, and Commander of Air Force Air Marshal Kapila Veedhiya Bandara Jayampathy in separate meetings. 

During the meetings, professional matters of mutual interest and bilateral defence ties were pondered upon. Military dignitaries acknowledged warm and brotherly relations between Pakistan and Sri Lanka, based on strong defence foundations and historical ties and highly appreciated the role and contributions of Pakistan in spearheading various initiatives for maintaining peace and stability in the region. Top Military leadership also applauded Pakistan Navy’s resolve and commitment in providing Humanitarian Assstance and support during recent floods in Sri Lanka. 

Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah also looked forward to further enhancing the interaction between both the countries in the diverse fields of training, mutual visits and defence collaboration.

Earlier, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah also attended the Passing out Parade as Chief Guest and interacted with newly commissioned officers.

It is expected that the recent visit of the Naval Chief will further enhance and expand defence ties between the two countries in general and Armed Forces in particular.

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Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah being presented Guard of Honour upon his arrival at Sri Lankan Naval Headquarters

Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah exchanging views with Vice Admiral  Ravindra  C Wijegunaratne, Commander Sri Lankan Navy  at Sri Lankan Naval Headquarters

Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah exchanging souvenirs with Lt Gen A W J Crishanthe De Silva, Commander of Sri Lankan Army

Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah exchanging views with Air Marshal Kapila Veediya Bandara Jayampathy, Commander Sri Lankan Air Force

Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah exchanging souvenirs with Air Chief Marshal Kolitaha Guna thilake, Chief of Defence Staff Sri Lanka

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H.E Mr. Sun Weidong, Ambassador of China, called on General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee at Joint Staff Headquarters, Rawalpindi. Matters related to Defence and Security were discussed during the meeting. Both sides reiterated their resolve for further strengthening of this special relationship.

The Ambassador commended the professionalism of Pakistan Armed Forces and acknowledged sacrifices made by Pakistan in war against terrorism.

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Commander Peshawer Corps Lt Gen Nazir Ahmed Butt visited forward areas of Kurram  and Khyber Agency. During his visit he was given detailed briefing on the prevailing security situation in the area.He interacted with the troops deployed on the  forward  posts and lauded their state morale and operational preparedness.  During the visit IGFC North Maj Gen Shaheen Mazhar Mahmood accompanied the Corps Comd .

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Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited troops along LOC in Muzaffarabad Sector. COAS was given detailed briefing by the local Commander regarding operational situation, Indian Cease Fire Violations and response by own troops.

While interacting with troops, COAS appreciated their state of operational readiness, exemplary high morale and motivation for fulfillment of assigned mission. Troops unreservedly shared with COAS their feelings about Indian atrocities & CFVs targeting innocent civilians and pledged that no Indian misadventure shall go without a befitting response. He was also briefed on the ongoing communication infrastructure development by FWO. He appreciated the work saying that Army shall continue to play its role in nation building projects.

COAS said that we are aware of defence and security challenges being faced by the country and we are capable to defeat all threats 'irrespective of the front'. COAS hailed Kashmiris on both sides of the LOC for their determination against Indian brutalities and reiterated that Pakistan shall continue its support for right of self determination to our Kashmiri brothers in IOK. Lieutenant General Nadeem Raza, Commander Rawalpindi Corps, DG FWO and GOC Murree accompanied the COAS during the visit.⁠⁠⁠⁠

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PLA (Navy) Task Group comprising 3 x Naval Ships CHANG CHUN, JING ZHOU and CHAO HU arrived Karachi today for good-will cum training visit. The convoy is being commanded by Rear Admiral Shen Hao, Deputy Commander East Sea Fleet. The visiting ships were accorded a warm welcome during an impressive reception ceremony and received by senior officials of Pakistan Navy and Chinese Embassy Staff.

Later, Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah also visited the PLA(N) Ships and met the Chinese Mission Commander Real Admiral Shen Hao. On his arrival onboard Chinese Ship smartly turned out contingent of PLA(N) presented him guard of honour. During his visit onboard, the Naval Chief interacted with PLA(N) ship’s crew and appreciated their operational competence. The naval chief said that Pak-China friendship is highly valued and the continued cooperation between them has proven to be a source of strength for both the countries. The Admiral added that the visit of PLA (Navy) Task Group is expected to enhance interoperability and maritime collaboration between the two navies.
 
During the stay at Karachi, the officers and men of the ship will hold professional discussion and interaction with counterparts from Pakistan Navy on the subjects of mutual interest. Moreover, official calls on senior Pakistan Navy officers and civilian dignitaries, operational training activities, joint interactive sessions, table top discussions on professional topics and social events are also planned. At the end of the visit, a Passage Exercise (PASSEX) will be conducted at sea between Pakistan Navy Flotilla and PLA (Navy) Task Group to enhance interoperability between two navies.

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Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah being briefed during his visit to Chinese ships


Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah during his visit to Chinese ships


Chinese Navy Ship Chang Chun entering Karachi Harbour during PLA(N) Task group's visit to Pakistan


Chinese Ships docked at Karachi Harbour during the visit of PLA(N) Task Group visit to Pakistan


Guard of Honour being presented to chief of Naval Staff during his visit to Chinese ships


Mission Commander Of PLA(N) Task Group Rear Admiral Shen Hao and Commodore Zaka Ur Rehman of Pakistan addressing the audience upon arrival of Chinese Ships


Officials of Chinese Consulate and PN personnel welcoming the PLA(N) ships in Karachi Harbour

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Indian CFV continue. Today in chrikot sector. 70 years old Shabbir Khan of Polas Village embraced shahadat due to Indian firing. Pakistani troops befittingly responded to silence Indian guns.

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Indian troops resorted to unprovoked  cease fire violation along LOC in Nikial and Kayani Sectors with heavy  weapons  and mortars.  Pakistan army  responded effectively on Indian posts to silent guns targeting civilians.

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The successful operation by Security Forces in Mastung denied establishment of any direct / indirect ISIS organized infrastructure in Balochistan/ Pakistan.

Based on actionable intelligence, Security Forces conducted an operation in Mastung from 1-3 June. There were reports of  10-15 terrorists of a banned outfit Lashrake-Jhangivi Al-Almi (LeJA) hiding in  caves near  Isplingi ( Koh-i-Siah/Koh-i- Maran) 36 Kilometer South East of Mastung. The said organization was reportedly making efforts for communication with ISIS (Daish) and intended to facilitate establishment of ISIS foothold in Balochistan.

Operation for physical clearance of target area, spread over 10 Kilometers, started early morning 1st June by landing of heliborne force. Operation continued for three days. Terrorists who were hiding in caves offered stiff resistance. 250 Meter long gorge with steep heights and multiple caves made the clearance operation difficult and challenging.  Intelligence and Security Forces personnel fought valiantly to clear the hideout by 3rd June.

During exchange of fire, 12 hardcore terrorists including 2 suicide bombers were killed. The suicide bomber used against Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haidri on 12 May was also sent by this group from same hideout. During the operation 5 security forces personnel including 2 officers got injured. During the operation security forces destroyed IED making facility inside cave and recovered cache of arms and ammunition which included 50 kilograms of explosive, 3 suicide bomber jackets, 18 Grenades, 6 Rocket Launchers, 4 Light Machine Guns,18 small machine guns, 4 sniper rifles, 38 communication sets and huge ammunition of various types.

The successful operation by Security Forces besides denying establishing of any direct / indirect ISIS organized infrastructure in Balochistan/ Pakistan, also foiled terrorist incidents in Pakistan.

COAS has appreciated effort of Southern Command, Intelligence Agencies and the troops for this successful operation.

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COAS visited SSG training area at Terbela to witness completion of eight weeks long Counter Terrorism Training of Nigerian Special Forces Battalion by Pak Army SSG team. The Nigerian contingent comprised of 440 trainees including 26 officers. COAS appreciated standard of training imparted and the results attained by the trainee contingent. COAS said that terrorism is a menace that requires a collective response. Pakistan Army has vast experience of CT operations as well as modern training facilities and we are happy to play a part in enabling CT response of multiple friendly countries.

IGT&E Lt Gen Hidayat ur Rehman, Commander Rawalpindi Corps Lt Gen Nadeem Raza, GOC SSG and Acting Nigerian High Commissioner, Mr Salisu Murtala Isa were also present.

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Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa photographed with Nigerian delegation participated in joint exercise at Tarbela today


Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa shaking hand with Nigerian participant of exercise during his visit to SSG training centre Tarbela today

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With an aim to accentuate the significance of Oceans and to promote awareness amongst Pakistan Navy Personnel to protect and preserve the Oceans, Pakistan Navy celebrated World Oceans Day with enthusiasm today.

 Every year on 8 June, under the ambit of United Nations, “World Oceans Day” is celebrated across the world to highlight the importance of oceans and to promote awareness especially for sustainable use of oceans and marine resources. The oceans cover about two-third of the surface of the Earth and are the very foundation of life. Theme selected this year to promote the spirit of the day is “Our Ocean – Our Future” with an aim that life on earth is dependent on oceans and healthy oceans are crucial for marine life and billions of people living on this planet.
 
Pakistan Navy, being the sole proprietor of maritime domain of the country, celebrated the day with zeal and fervour by arranging a number of awareness raising events and activities. These activities include lectures, Seminars, Quizzes, Essay Writings at various Pakistan Navy Educational Institutes and Beach Cleaning/ Walk at Manora and Seaview by PN personnel at units near coastal areas and placing of banners in residential areas for awareness of general masses etc.

Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah in a message on the occasion said that Pakistan is blessed with over 1000 KM coastline and a large Exclusive Economic Zone and Continental Shelf with abundance of living and non living resources. Naval Chief highlighted that Pakistan Navy has remained cognizant of the need for sustainable usage of oceans, so that future generations can also benefit from this treasure trove. PN will continue to play an important role in the global and national efforts to protect and preserve the oceans, He added.

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A view of the lecture organized by Pakistan Navy at NCMPR to accentuate the significance of Oceans. PN organized several lectures, seminars and walks to promote awareness on International Oceans Day

The officers of Pakistan Navy vow to protect oceans on Ocean Pledge Wall at NCMPR. PN organized several lectures, seminars and walks to promote awareness on International Oceans Day

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Mr. Alexey Yurevich Dedov, Russian Ambassador to Pakistan called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa at GHQ today.
Matters related to regional security and enhanced military cooperation particularly in defence and training were discussed.

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Special Corps Commanders’ Conference was held at GHQ today. Forum reviewed regional security environment in the backdrop of recent terrorist incidents in Afghanistan.

Forum expressed solidarity with Afghan people and Security Forces on loss of precious lives and vowed to continue its support and cooperation with Afghanistan in fight against terrorism and militancy. The forum took exception to the unwarranted accusations and threats against Pakistan in the aftermath of Kabul blast. The forum also concluded that instead of blaming Pakistan, Afghanistan needs to look inward and identify the real issues.

While reaffirming continued support to regional peace and stability, the forum reiterated Pak Army's resolve to defend the motherland against all types of threat.

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Mr Takashi Kurai, Ambassador of Japan called on Chief of Army Staff General QamarJavedBajwa at GHQ today. 
Matters of mutual interest with focus on regional security were discussed during the meeting. The ambassador appreciated efforts and sacrifices of Pakistani people and Army against terrorism. He also expressed his Government’s desire to enhance cooperation with Pakistan in all fields. COAS thanked the ambassador and expressed hope that Japan will continue to play a positive role towards peace and stability in the region.

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Special Hotline Contact was established between Pakistan and Indian DGsMO on 5 Jun May 2017 at 1000 hrs (PST) in the backdrop of recent ceasefire violations by Indian Army along LOC/ WB. Pakistani DGMO Maj Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza raised issues of unprovoked firing by Indian troops along LOC / Working Boundary and  continuously targeting of innocent civilians particularly on June 1, 2017  in Battal, Hot Spring and Jandrot Sectors which resulted in martyrdom of innocent civilians.  Pakistan DGMO  told his counterpart that killing of innocent civilians and inadvertent crossers at LOC and labeling them infiltrator is highly unprofessional and unsoldierly. DGMO Pakistan Army asked for actionable evidence regarding alleged infiltration and also to look inwards for correct identification of the issue.  Pakistan Army is committed to maintain peace and tranquility along LOC / WB.  However, any Indian misadventure from across / along LOC in any form shall be responded with full force at the time and place of our choosing with onus of responsibility on Indian aggressive behaviour.

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Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Mountaineer Lieutenant  Colonel Doctor Abdul Jabbar Bhatti (Retired) at CMH Rawalpindi today. COAS congratulated him for his achievement as fourth Pakistani to summit the world's highest peak, Mount Everest. COAS appreciated his outstanding achievement as a great contribution to keep our green  flag high. COAS expressed best wishes for his speedy recovery and health.

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World Environment Day is observed internationally on 05 June every year under the auspices of United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The purpose of celebrating World Environment Day is to bring worldwide focus on importance of environment and stimulate political attention and actions for improving the environment. This year, theme selected for the World Environment Day was “Connecting People to Nature” with an aim that preservation of nature is in fact securing our environment for our future generations.

Pakistan Navy celebrates World Environment Day regularly. This year, PN also celebrated World Environment Day on 05 Jun 17. PN arranged numerous activities on this Day to highlight the significance of environment in Pakistan and to promote awareness amongst public, concerned agencies and departments especially focusing on the marine environment. These activities include lectures on significance on the day, Designing of Banners, Essay Writing, Chart Making competitions and Cleaning Campaigns in Harbours and Coasts involving PN as well as local populace.

Chief of the Naval Staff in his message reaffirmed Pakistan Navy’s commitment to make every effort for betterment of environment, especially in the maritime domain. Naval Chief emphasized that our conduct in professional and private lives should be in line with best practices and principles of protection, preservation and conservation of environment. Admiral Zakaullah further reiterated that PN will continue to play its due role in this regard and contribute to the national cause.

World Environment day is the biggest annual event for positive environmental action for everyone and everywhere which began in 1972. This year’s theme invites us to think about how we are part of nature and how intimately we depend on it. Such events play a pivotal role in enhancing importance of environment amongst the general populace. Pakistan Navy has always endeavored to secure marine environment for safer and cleaner oceans.

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Pak Navy personnel carrying out harbour cleaning campaign on World Environment Day 2017


Pak Navy personnel during tree plantation campaign on World Environment Day 2017

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Security forces conducted an IBO in Splinji, Mastung during last two days. Operation successfully foiled major terrorist activities in Baluchistan. Terrorists were hiding inside a cave for planning, coordination and execution of terrorist activities in Baluchistan. During exchange of fire 12 hardcore terrorists have been killed. 5 security officials including 2 officers got injured. More details about the operation will be shared soon.

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Another success of intelligence agencies in Baluchistan foiling terrorist activities. An  IBO was conducted on BLA terrorists hideouts in Sken Nullah Darango Area 55 km South East of Kahan,  Balochistan.  A large cache of weapons, ammunition and explosives including  guns, Rocket launchers , Anti Personal  mines, detonators and communication equipment recovered from the Terrorists hideout.

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Indian unprovoked CFV at Tatta Pani along LOC, violently responded. Indian bunkers destroyed, 5 Indian sldrs killed many injured.

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Pakistan Navy Ship Zulfiquar has sailed from Colombo, Sri Lanka after successful completion of Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HA&DR) Operations and relative normalization of situation in flood stricken Sri Lanka.

HA & DR operations were conducted in collaboration with Sri Lankan Army, Navy and local administration. During the 04 days operations, Pakistan Navy teams rescued/evacuated a large number of flood stranded population from far flung villages, provided medical treatment and medicines to flood affected families, restored fresh water supply to local population by decontaminating wells, cleared roadways and passages by de-flooding marshy areas and last but not the least, also provided edibles, fresh water and dry ration to displaced families, mostly women, kids and elderly.

Pakistan Navy’s ardent and unflinching support immensely helped to restore activities of life amongst the population of far flung villages. Shades of relief and contentment on the faces of flood stricken people were an overwhelming sign of gratefulness for Pakistan Navy officers and men who participated in the operations. Sri Lankan political and military higher echelon acknowledged and highly appreciated Pakistan Navy’s efforts for helping Sri Lankan people in the hour of need.

Naval forces have an inherent capability of flexibility and reach which have been clearly manifested/employed during the HA & DR operations in Sri Lanka. The operations signify the professional acumen and commitment of Pakistan Navy to conduct such a large scale operation involving diverse technical and professional expertise under a single umbrella.  Pakistan Navy is resolute in maintaining and delivering on its commitment to the nation and global community for providing any assistance to keep Pakistan’s Flag higher. Our ships, flying the green flag around the globe are reflection of our national character, resilience and unrelenting commitment to the humanitarian cause.

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Indian troops committed unprovoked firing along LOC in Nezapir sector today in the evening. 2 Civilians injured.  Pakistan Army troops effectively responded to Indian firing.

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