Bajwa said that Pakistan Army is operationally ready for the rigors of the battle
The Chief of Army Staff visited Gujranwala and Marala. At Gujranwala Corps Headquarters, Gen Bajwa was briefed about operational, training, and administrative matters of the Corps. He also visited the field training events and witnessed training exercises, according to a statement by ISPP.
“Later, COAS visited field training events near Gujranwala and Marala Headworks and witnessed troops honing battle drills and procedures for conventional operations,” the ISPR said.
Speaking to the troops, Bajwa appreciated their battle worthiness and the impressive training standards achieved by the formation, the ISPR said.
“Training being hallmark of professional competence plays a vital role in enhancing combat readiness to withstand the rigors of battle,” the COAS said.
The army chief also visited the Combined Military Hospital (CMH) Gujranwala where he was updated on various up gradation projects undertaken for the benefit of patients.
“COAS lauded the efforts of [the] Army Medical Corps in [the] containment of COVID-19 and saving valuable lives,” the ISPR added.
Pakistan armed forces have always maintained their readiness for all kinds of enemies, both domestic and international. Such visits from COAS boost the morale of the troops.