To help flood victims of Pakistan, friendly countries have pledged support to Pakistan Relief and Rehabilitation efforts. 4 Military aircrafts from Turkey have arrived at Karachi carrying relief goods.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff visited army troops busy in relief activities in far flung flood affected areas of Khairpur and Kambar Shahdad Kot. COAS spent whole day with flood victims in relief and medical camps established for local population at Village Jilani, Khairpur and Kambar Shahdad Kot.
Army Flood Relief help line has been established. Army help desks in various formations can be reached on Universal Access Number (UAN) 1135.
“The safety and well being of our country men comes first and we won’t rest until each one of flood affected is not only reached but rehabilitated, no matter how much effort is required. The people of Pakistan are our priority and we won’t spare any effort to assist them in this difficult time”.
Pakistan Army has established flood Relief donation account after Govt authorisation to help assist flood victims. Details are : Title of Account - Army Relief For Flood Affectees (Askari Bank GHQ BranchAccount No - 00280100620583
COAS called Commander Balochistan Corps to get an update on Flood situation. COAS directed Commander to undertake all measures to assist Govt of Balochistan for rescue, relief and rehabilitation efforts on emergency basis in coordination with Civil administration.
The President of Pakistan has been pleased to grant the Military awards to the officers and soldiers of Pakistan Army, Navy and Air Force. 2 Sitara-i-Basalat, 68 Tamgha-i-Basalat, 33 Imtiazi Asnad, 68 COAS Commendation Cards, 22 Hilal-i-Imtiaz (Military), 102 Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military) and 130 Tamgha-i-Imtiaz (Military).
During the past few days, a misperception about alleged presence of large number of proscribed organisation TTP’s armed members in Swat Valley has been created on social media. After confirmation on ground, these reports have been found as grossly exaggerated and misleading.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) was the Chief Guest on Passing out Parade of 213 Regular Commissioning Course known as Sovereign’s Parade held at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS) UK, today.Apart from UK cadets, 41 International cadets from 26 different countries were among passed out cadets.
Posting / Appointments Lieutenant General Sardar Hassan Azhar Hayat posted as Commander Peshawar Corps. Lieutenant General Faiz Hamid posted as Commander Bahawalpur Corps.