'Ready to face enemy...', Pakistan's new army chief spews venom against India
'Ready to face enemy...', Pakistan's new army chief spews venom against India

Islamabad: Pakistan's new Army Chief General Asim Munir has started showing a sharp stance against India as soon as he takes office. He said that if his country is attacked, the Pakistani armed forces will "not only protect every inch of our motherland but will also fight the enemy".

"We have recently seen highly irresponsible statements by the Indian leadership on Gilgit-Baltistan and Jammu and Kashmir. Let me make it clear that the Armed Forces of Pakistan are always ready to fight the enemy to protect every inch of our motherland," he said. Bajwa retired after two three consecutive years of service as army chief in a coup-prone country. During his visit to the border areas, Army Chief General Munir was briefed on the latest situation on the LOC and operational preparedness for formation.

Gen Munir appreciated the high morale, professionalism, and readiness of officers and soldiers in challenging circumstances and talked to them about some recent statements made by Indian authorities regarding Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan.

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