Army Chief visits Army Medical Center Abbotabad
Chief of army staff General Qamar Bajwa has paid a visit to Army Medical Center in Abbotabad today.
According to details, General Bajwa highlighted the role of Army Medical Center Abbotabad in saving the lives of soldiers and civilians during the war against terrorism.
According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), COAS visited Army Medical Center in Abbotabad and presented badge of Colonel Commandant AMC to Lieutenant General Khawar Rahman.
Colonel Commandant Lieutenant General Zahid Hamid (Retired), on-duty officers and soldiers also attended the ceremony.
Chief of army staff talked to the soldiers and officers of the center and appreciated them on their services.
AMC played a vital role in saving lives in war against terrorism, COAS said during his visit.
He further added that Army Medical corps is providing outstanding services to the armed forces and high officials.
General Qamar Bajwa on his visit to the Lahore Corps Headquarters, was briefed about the Border situations and operational preparedness.
Army Chief, during his visit, said that “I am proud of my officers & soldiers who have lived up to the expectations of nation. We stay steadfast”
“CT operations have made Pakistan Army battle hardened”, he added.
He also visited the Head Quarters of Gujranwala Corps and was briefed about operational preparedness, last month.
Solidarity displayed by the nation with Kashmiri brethren during Kashmir Hour today is a strong message to the world, COAS said during his visit.
Deteriorating situation in Indian-occupied Kashmir is threat to regional peace, he added.