Gen Qamar addresses the flag-hoisting ceremony at Wagah border. PHOTO: ISPR

Gen Qamar addresses the flag-hoisting ceremony at Wagah border. PHOTO: ISPR

LAHORE: Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said late on Sunday that terrorists would run out of their ammunition but “our soldiers will continue to lay down their lives for the country”.

The army chief, in flag hoisting ceremony at the Wagah border, said that though “we made a few mistakes in the past, we are on our way to development in accordance with the Constitution”.

“The day is not far when we will make Pakistan the country that Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Iqbal had envisioned.”

The chief of army staff stated that Pakistan has taken forward the fight against terrorism.

“We are the nation that has rendered many sacrifices to curb the menace of terrorism,” Gen Qamar said adding that the Pakistan army will take this fight to its logical end.
Army will continue efforts to eliminate terrorism: Gen Qamar

“Any enemy be it in the East or West will have to face the army even before they can consider harming the country,” the army chief reinterred while refereeing to Pakistan’s neighboring countries.

The army chief said that a country that has been made in the name of Allah and the Prophet cannot be defeated.

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“Despite limited resources we have proved ourselves and are now on our path to development,” he added.

 

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