Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Jets pound hideouts in NWA kill 35 terrorists

MIRANSHAH: As many as thirty-five suspected militants were killed when the fighter jets pounded the militants’ hideouts in Tehsil Dattakhel of North Waziristan tribal region, Aaj News reported.
According to a statement issued by Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), in precision strikes in the northwest of Dattakhel, three terrorist hideouts were destroyed early on Wednesday while 35 terrorists were also killed in the attack.

Army to make all efforts to help flood victims, says COAS General Raheel Sharif

ISLAMABAD: The Chief of the Army Staff (COAS), General Raheel Sharif, has pledged that the army would leave no stone unturned to help their brethren affected by the floods.

The ISPR, in a press release, announced that General Raheel Sharif visited the flood-affected areas in Gujranwala and Mandi Bahauddin districts on Tuesday. The army chief was briefed by the local military commanders on the ongoing rescue and relief efforts launched by the army.

He greatly appreciated the tireless efforts of field formations and the Army Aviation, working round the clock and at full capacity to provide relief to the affected people. He directed the commanders to remain proactive and employ all available resources for rescue and relief.

The sources told The News here on Tuesday evening that the visit by the army chief hadn’t only proved to be a morale booster for officers and Jawans but had also enhanced the confidence of the people in the relief and rescue efforts.

The army has been in the field ever since the floodwaters overflowed from the riverbanks.

On Tuesday, civil and military leadership were both seen in the flood-affected areas as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif were also out to provide solace to the flood victims. The prime minister appreciated the role of the army for providing relief to the flood victims while the army chief, who has been leading from the front on every occasion, reached his troops who were engaged in performing their national duty in the most professional and dedicated manner. The appearance of General Raheel Sharif helped in enhancing the morale of the troops and it was acclaimed by the people.

The army is already engaged in the war against terror, carrying out Operation Zarb-e-Azb in North Waziristan to flush out the terrorists from the area.Nevertheless, its officers and Jawans, when called for the help of flood-hit people, got quickly engaged in rescue and relief activities.

Thursday, September 4, 2014



Saturday, August 30, 2014

Sabz Geet ( My Article Published in Official Magazine of Pak Army "Hilal" )

My Article Published in Official Magazine of Pak Army "Hilal" August 2014.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

20 Journalists, 200 Million Rupees of our Tax Money. Journalists! Khabar Baicho, Ghairat Na Baicho!

Friday, August 22, 2014

Solar-powered tube-well opens in Mohmand

GHALANAI: Peshawar Corps Commander Lt-Gen Khalid Rabbani on Wednesday inaugurated a solar-powered tube-well in Surkha Kor area of Pandilai tehsil here.
Speaking on the occasion, he said that the army was extensively engaged in well-being of the tribal people. The development projects in Fata are aimed at improving the quality of life of the people, he added.
Mr Rabbani said that nine solar-powered tube-wells had been installed at a cost of Rs7 million each in various tehsils of Mohmand Agency which would benefit 200,000 people. He said that the problem of water shortage in the area would be resolved with the financial assistance of the UAE government.
The Peshawar Corps Commander urged the tribesmen to keep a close eye on the movement of anti-state elements and deny shelter to militants as peace had been restored to the area after great sacrifices offered by the tribesmen and the security forces. He said that there could be no development without peace, urging the tribesmen to extend cooperation to the security forces and uphold their collective responsibility.
Lt-Gen Rabbani said that 1,000 vacancies had been created for Fata youths and that they would also be recruited in the Frontier Corps.