RAWALPINDI -- Pakistani army commanders reiterated their commitment to fighting terrorism by conducting the ongoing Operation Radd–ul-Fasaad , media reported.
The generals Thursday (March 9) in Rawalpindi made their commitment at the 200th conference of Pakistani army commanders, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement, according to SAMAA. Army chief Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa chaired the meeting.
Topics included fencing the Afghan border and reforming the police, judiciary and seminaries, said ISPR, according to SAMAA.
Radd-ul-Fasaad will continue until Pakistan has achieved peace and stability, said Bajwa.
Bajwa expressed his grief, in a message to Afghan Ambassador to Pakistan Omar Zakhilwal, over the Wednesday (March 8) terrorist attack on a Kabul hospital, according to ISPR, Dunya News reported Thursday.
Bajwa offered Pakistan's assistance in matters like treating the survivors.
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