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Raheel Sharif pays farewell visit to Lahore Garrison

Raheel Sharif pays farewell visit to Lahore Garrison

India Blooms News Service | | 21 Nov 2016, 04:18 pm
Rawalpindi, Nov 21 (IBNS): Pakistan's Army Chief General Raheel Sharif addressed a gathering of Army and Rangers troops while on his farewell visit to Lahore Garrison.

Thanking all ranks of the Army and Rangers for their services under his command, he said it was a matter of great pride for him to have commanded the finest Army in the world, Pakistan's ISPR said in a statement.

The COAS said that the accomplishment of peace and stability today was no ordinary task. It was our sacrifices and joint national resolve that helped us in off setting all odds against our country.

"We are fully prepared to respond to any challenge and no one could dare cast an evil eye on Pakistan," COAS emphasised.

Gen Raheel said that Op Zarb e Azb has resulted into a more secure and stable Pakistan with a sense of greater hope and direction.

Pakistani people are the most resilient and brave nation in the world who have always persevered in adverse conditions.

He urged the troops to follow the norms of their rich military tradition with even greater vigor and continue serving their people with utmost dedication, resilience and greater sense of sacrifice .

Earlier on arrival at the venue, Lieut General Sadiq Ali, Commander 4 Corps received COAS, General Raheel Sharif.

Image: ISPR website

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