COAS General Bajwa and PM Imran discussed Indian aggression in occupied Kashmir.

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) - Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday met with Prime Minister Imran Khan and discussed professional affairs of Pak Army along with the security situation of the country.

Both leaders also discussed the Indian aggression in occupied Kashmir and along the Line of Control (LOC) during the meeting. Security situation of the country including situation in occupied Kashmir, at the western border and internal security issues were also discussed.

"Prime Minister hailed continued efforts of Pakistan Army in defending the borders while also ensuring internal security stability [and] facilitating ongoing socio-economic development," a statement issued by the PM‘s Office read.

Earlier, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Frontier Corps Headquarters and laid floral wreath on martyrs’ monument.

According to details, the top army official lauded the courage and determination of soldiers for the safety of motherland and also vowed to continue steps for long-lasting peace and stability in the country.

On Nov 14, COAS had visited Armoured Corps Centre Nowshera, where Lieutenant General Sarfraz Sattar was installed as colonel commandant Armoured Corps.

Outgoing Colonel Commandant Lieutenant General Naveed Mukhtar (Retired) and large number of serving and retired officers, soldiers and families of martyrs attended the event.

General Bajwa appreciated the performance of Armoured Corps in both conventional and non-conventional combats.