The military leadership of the country resolved to “spare no efforts for mitigating the suffering of flood affectees” during the 250th Corps Commanders’ Conference presided over by Chief of the Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa.
As per a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the forum was briefed in detail on the external and internal security situation, with particular focus on the floods and ongoing relief operations being undertaken by army troops.
The COAS directed all the army formations to maintain “operational readiness” and efforts to counter terrorism, particularly in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) and Balochistan, said the ISPR statement.
The participants of the conference undertook a comprehensive overview of the damages wreaked by the floods, and the relief and rescue efforts being carried out by the army.
Expressing deep sorrow over the loss of precious lives and extensive damage to infrastructure due to unprecedented rains, the forum at Corps Commanders’ Conference resolved to “spare no efforts for mitigating the suffering of flood affectees.”
The COAS appreciated the ongoing relief operations and directed all army formations to render all possible support to the flood victims.
“Every single affected individual must be reached out to bring comfort in this hour of distress,” the COAS concluded.