According to the ISPR, the COAS was briefed in detail by the Operation Commander about the security situation in Kurram, progress of the ongoing combing operations and the Intelligence-based operations.
The COAS expressed his satisfaction over the progress of combing operations and the security environment achieved as a result of the operations, the ISPR statement said.
“He appreciated the valour and gains made by troops and the value these operations are bringing to cleanse the area from terrorists and their sympathizers,” the statement read.
“The COAS reiterated that our operations will continue across the board without any discrimination and Pakistan will not allow any terrorist to use its soil for terrorism against any other country. COAS reviewed new deployments and structures being made to improve border management and directed stringent measures to check across the border movement indiscriminately, in coordination with Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) and Resolute Support Mission (RSM) in Afghanistan,” the ISPR stated.
Upon his arrival at Kurram, the Army Chief was received by Corps Commander Peshawar, Lieutenant General Hidayat ur Rehaman.