Pakistan under fifth generation warfare

Pakistan under fifth generation warfare

RAWALPINDI: Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Tuesday that some elements are trying to influence the minds of our youth to create anarchy and dissatisfaction in the society.

This is a part of fifth generation warfare which is being imposed upon Pakistan from the enemy. In this war enemy spreads anarchy, dissatisfaction and disappointment in the society.

“The Pakistan Army will ensure the defence of the motherland in discharge of our constitutional duties. It is for everyone to ensure that they abide by law of the land and remain within the bounds of Constitution,” the COAS said while interacting with youth from various universities during his visit to Quetta.

According to the ISPR, General Bajwa asked the youth to take Pakistan forward through devotion, hard work and character. The COAS said the army will wholeheartedly support the government in bringing a revolution in services, particularly in the fields of education, health, electricity, water and infrastructure.

“Our aim is to ensure that Balochistan does not have to rely on any quota or special arrangement, rather, people have the same level of life as they can in any other part of the country,” he said.

General Bajwa said Pakistan had rejected terrorism and achieved better peace after great sacrifices by the armed forces backed by the whole nation. During the visit, the army chief inaugurated work on border fencing along the Balochistan portion of Pak-Afghan border at Panjpai. Balochistan Chief Minister Abdul Qudoos Bizenjo and Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti were also present on the occasion.