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Inimical forces impeding Pakistan’s development will be tackled, says COAS

RAWALPINIGeneral Syed Asim Munir, Chief of Army Staff (COAS), said on Friday that the Pakistan Army would continue to provide all feasible support for the country’s economic development.

“Pakistan is a blessed land with an industrious and resilient nation that needs to come together for national development,” the COAS stated while speaking at the Green Pakistan Initiative (GPI) Conference, according to an ISPR press release.

He emphasized that the Army’s efforts would contribute to overall national security and the communal good of the nation.

COAS Gen Asim Munir stated that the country’s armed forces, with the support of the people, would defeat all hostile forces aimed at obstructing Pakistan’s progress and prosperity.

According to an official, the Army Chief addressed the Green Pakistan Initiative conference.

“We are all a united team Pakistan – Inshallah with the cooperation and support of the people, all efforts of those who distract and obstruct Pakistan’s development journey will fail,” the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) remarked.

According to the army chief, bad propaganda and social media trolls cannot deter the nation from working for Pakistan’s growth and prosperity.

“In today’s world, true independence is impossible without economic stability, and no instability will be permitted in Pakistan’s march to prosperity and growth. “Let us all reject negative forces and focus on Pakistan’s path to development and stability,” the army commander added.

The conference was attended by Federal Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal and Federal Minister for National Food Security Rana Tanveer Hussain, as well as civil and military leaders participating in the national undertaking.

The forum was briefed on the many GPI activities and major benchmarks accomplished in a short period of time.

The proposals presented at the event included, among others, the establishment of model farms, water management systems, technological advances, and investment partnerships targeted at ensuring food security and increasing agricultural output in Pakistan.

The ministers concluded the discussion by praising the transformative initiative and emphasizing the importance of agriculture in Pakistan. They thought that the GPI would introduce current best practices in agriculture.




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