Pakistan Army Chief, General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited the most critical border line between India and Pakistan yesterday. He toured some of the areas which came less than two weeks after the incident of beheading of two Indian Army soldiers by the Pakistan Army which the later has denied.
Pakistan Army’s media wing Inter Services Public Relations confirmed his visit.
Bajwa was accompanied by commander Rawalpindi Corps Lieutenant General Nadeem Raza during this visit and was briefed on various issues happening across the LoC.
“He (Bajwa) appreciated high state of operational readiness, effective response to Indian cease fire violations and high morale of troops,” the ISPR said.
The news has spread like wildfire since the visit was undertaken by the Army Chief himself and despite Pakistan’s promise of not to break the cease fire operations which is prevailing in the border, there has been constant threats and fire apart from infiltration from the militants and Pakistan Army from the Pakistan border which India has condemned.
Due to the recent wake of incidents, India has been forced to issue statement that due steps would be taken in case of further intrusion.