Pakistan under attack from fifth generation warfare
ISLAMABAD – Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday has warned that Pakistan is under a hybrid war.
He stated that Pakistan was facing religious and ethnic versions of ‘hybrid war’, a term often used for fifth generation warfare.
He was addressing participants of National Security Workshop.
COAS said that Pakistan had been subjected to various threats especially during the last two decades. He said that Pakistani nation and its armed forces have bravely and successfully stood up to these challenges and is on a positive trajectory to defeat it effectively.
COAS said that we are now confronting hybrid conflict where focus is shifting to subversion on religious, sectarian, ethnic and social issues.
This needs a comprehensive national response. He emphasised that we now have a greater responsibility to ensure that our people, especially youth stay aware and steadfast against propaganda onslaught being launched through soft offensive. It’s our time to rise and progress and we must grasp the opportunity achieved after countless sacrifice.