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“Living Bravely and Safely: The Pakistan Army’s Greatest Sacrifice for Our Protection”

Today, the Sun shone brightly over Pakistan, proclaiming a peaceful Day, a day of pride and celebration.

Everywhere, flags flew and songs of joy were heard. The streets were full of life and color. People of all ages, creeds, and religions were jubilantly celebrating their country and the strength of its army.

Salute to Our Brave Soldiers Who Sacrifice Their Lives for Our Protection

Amongst them all, the most prominent and visible force were the brave men and women in uniform of the Pakistan Army.

Their presence stood testament to their dedication and service to the nation. Their bright and shining uniforms represented a strength that could not be measured in numbers.

The spiritual and physical strength of the Pakistan Army was felt throughout the country. They were there to protect and defend the rights and freedoms of the people. Their task was difficult, yet they never wavered from it.

Pakistan Army: Protecting Peace and Order with the Greatest Sacrifice of All

They battled against anti-national forces, even putting their own lives at risk. They endured long and hard hours operating on the borders, in the mountains and in many other dangerous locations throughout the country. On this day, the nation pays tribute to their brave men who give the ultimate sacrifice for their people, their nation, and their United Nations.

The Pakistan Army’s main role is to maintain peace and order in the nation and they live every day in selfless devotion to that cause. Even in the face of insurmountable odds, they continue to protect and defend the citizens of Pakistan.

The greatest sacrifice any man can make is to give his life, and the Pakistan Army’s soldiers are willing to do that for the people’s safety and security.

Every soldier holds firmly onto the belief that through their sacrifice Pakistan will remain full of pride, love and peace. They are truly our brave and safe hands.

In conclusion, The Pakistan Army has undoubtedly been instrumental in maintaining peace and order in Pakistan. As the protectors of the nation, they have made the ultimate sacrifice of life in order to protect us from all threats. Their bravery, patriotism, and selflessness are something that all Pakistanis should be proud of and should strive to emulate. In the end, it is their dedication and commitment that will ensure that Pakistan remains safe and secure for all.

Visit of Secretary Defence of Pakistan to the Republic of Korea

Lt General (Retd) Hamood uz Zaman Khan, Secretary, Ministry of Defence of Pakistan, undertook a two-day visit to Seoul from 10 to 11 Octerber 2022 , to hold bilateral talks with his counterpart, and sign a Memorandum of Understanding on Defence Cooperation between the two countries.

The MOU was signed on 11 October 2022 at Army Club, Ministry of National Defense (MND), Seoul.


During his bilateral talks with H.E Shin Beom Chul, Vice Minister for National Defence of the Republic of Korea, the two reviewed existing bilateral defence cooperation between the two countries.

They expressed satisfaction at the upward trajectory in the relationship, and agreed to further enhance cooperation in the field of defence.


Ambassador Nabeel Munir, Additional Secretary Defence Rear Admiral Faisal Amin and Defence Attache, Col Syed Changez Zafar also attended the meeting and MOU Signing Ceremony at MND, Seoul.

Secretary Defence informed the Vice Minister that Pakistan greatly valued its multidimensional relationship with the ROK, and was keen on further expanding and deepening this partnership in all spheres, including in the field of defence.

Vice Defense Minister Shin acknowledging that Korea-Pakistan bilateral defence relations were rooted in history, hoped his keen desire to further enhance cooperation between the two countries.

After the talks, Secretary Defence and the Vice Minister signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Defence Cooperation.

After the talks, Secretary Defence and the Vice Minister signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Defence Cooperation. 

The MOU will enable both sides to explore further avenues of cooperation, and work together for regional as well as global peace.

APHC calls for complete shutdown on Friday against genocide of Kashmiris in IIOJK

In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference has appealed to the Kashmiri people to observe a complete shutdown on Friday, March 18, against the spurt in killings, random arrests and other human rights violations by Indian troops in the territory.

The APHC leadership in a statement issued in Srinagar strongly reacted to the surge in killing of innocent youth in the occupied territory and said that Indian forces are engaged in systematic genocide of Kashmiris.

Pertinently, the occupational forces have martyred 11 youth and destroyed over a dozen structures during violent cordon and search operations across the occupied territory since Thursday.

Paying rich tributes to the youth martyred during fresh acts of Indian state terrorism in Srinagar, Pulwama, Ganderbal and Kupwara, the statement said they day is not far when blood of martyrs will bear fruit. The leadership appealed to the UN, OIC and international human rights watchdogs to take serious cognizance of Indian state terrorism in Kashmir and make India bound to fulfill her international commitments vis-a-vis Kashmir imbroglio.

Security reviewed in commanders conference

ISLAMABAD: Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa on Tuesday expressed satisfaction over operational preparedness of the army’s formations.

He made these remarks while chairing the 246th Corps Commanders’ Conference at the General Headquarters. The participants of the conference reviewed the security situation with particular focus on border management and internal security.

Bajwa satisfied with operational preparedness of army’s formations

According to the Inter-Services Public Relations, Gen Bajwa emphasised continued mission-oriented training for the formations to ensure combat readiness in view of the emerging threats and challenges.

The participants were also apprised of the progress and achievements of operation Radd-ul-Fasaad.

The ISPR said the army chief appreciated the efforts of the formations involved in relief operations to mitigate challenges of the people affected due to snowstorm in Murree and heavy rainfalls in Balochistan.

India says China ‘inventing’ names in disputed Himalayan region

India hit out at China for giving “invented” names to several places in a disputed Himalayan region on their border as Beijing looks to assert sovereignty over the territory.

Several stretches of the lengthy frontier are disputed and relations have soured dramatically since 20 Indian soldiers died in a brawl in June 2020 on one section between Ladakh and Tibet.

Since then, both sides have reinforced the region with thousands of extra soldiers and military hardware as multiple rounds of talks have failed to de-escalate tensions.

This week the Ministry of Civil Affairs said it had “standardised” the names of 15 places in Zangnan (“South Tibet”) — Beijing’s title for the region India calls Arunachal Pradesh — and gave them all formal Chinese names.

The renaming of residential areas, rivers and mountains followed a similar move in 2017 involving six other locations in the same area.

“Arunachal Pradesh has always been, and will always be an integral part of India,” India’s foreign ministry said on Thursday.

“Assigning invented names to places in Arunachal Pradesh does not alter this fact,” spokesman Arindam Bagchi said in a statement.

Foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said “Southern Tibet is in China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, and has historically been Chinese territory,” adding the renaming came within “the scope of China’s sovereignty”.null

Tibet has alternated over the centuries between independence and control by China, which says it “peacefully liberated” the rugged plateau in 1951.

It fiercely defends and militarises the Tibetan border and brushes aside any debate about Chinese historical ownership of the region.

India meanwhile sees China’s new Land Borders Law, approved in October and set to come into force on January 1, as hardening of Beijing’s position.

The law calls China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity “sacred and inviolable” and enables Beijing to “take measures to safeguard the territorial integrity and land boundaries and guard against and combat any act that undermines territorial sovereignty and land boundaries”.null

India said in October that it expected that “China will avoid undertaking action under the pretext of this law which could unilaterally alter the situation in the .India-China border areas”