Army is a state institution meant to serve nation, says Gen. Bajwa

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa has stated that Army is a state institution meant to serve the country.

According to Inter Services Public Relations, the military’s media wing, the Army Chief used to be addressing a seminar on “Human Resource Development for Youth of Balochistan—Opportunities and Challenges held in Quetta Thursday.

General Bajwa stated, “Army shall proceed to carry out its position whilst nationwide safety and construction stays a nationwide legal responsibility for all state establishments.�

The Army Chief stated that he believes in democracy or even more so within the democratic values of selfless products and services and supremacy of ethical authority. All folks have a responsibility to the country.

The COAS discussed that right now over 25,000 Baloch scholars are receiving high quality schooling at more than a few Army and FC-run faculties/cadet schools in all places Pakistan. Nearly 20,000 sons of Balochistan are serving in Army together with over 600 as officials whilst 232 cadets are present process coaching at PMA, Kakul.

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