RAWALPINDI (APP): Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday said Pakistan Army is a symbol of national integration and has representation from all provinces according to their population ratio.
Pakistan Army is extending all-out support for capacity building of police and other Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), he said while addressing a passing out ceremony of Balochistan recruits in Quetta.
The ceremony was attended by Ministers and families of the recruits.
The COAS said Pakistan is proud that youth from Balochistan are not behind from anyone to safeguard motherland and undoubtedly every citizen of Balochistan is our pride and dignity.
He said improvement in law and order is top most priority of the government, adding that LEAs have full cooperation of other departments and agencies.
General Bajwa said Pakistan Armed Forces, Frontier Constabulary (FC), Rangers, Police and other Law Enforcement Agencies are a sign of national solidarity and protection.
“Keeping in view all this, thousands of youth from province of Balochistan have been inducted as officers and soldiers in Army, Police and other departments,” he said.
He said Balochistan is Pakistan’s largest and important province and nature has bestowed it with countless resources and its people possess immense qualities.
He expressed the hope that Balochistan’s natural resources would open up new opportunities for its people and they would play a key role in Pakistan’s development.
The Chief of Army Staff said that irrespective of their limited resources, the Armed Forces of Pakistan had always tried to play a positive role for educational, social and economic uplift of the province. “We believe in action and our work is
before you,” he added.