On Tuesday, General Qamar Javed Bajwa, the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), presided over the Corps Commanders Conference (CCC) at General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi.
The participants discussed the recent event of missile launching, which India said was an accident but might have ended in a great calamity, according to a series of tweets from the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
Despite India’s admission of the error, the conference stressed that relevant international forums must take the issue seriously and “subject the safety and security protocols of Indian strategic assets to intentional scrutiny.”
“Such risky situations can operate as a catalyst, putting regional peace and strategic stability in jeopardy,” the statement continued.
A thorough report on major global and regional developments, the country’s internal security situation, and progress on the Western Border Management Regime were also provided to the forum.
The COAS also praised the continuing counter-terrorism operations, which he described as “successful.” The conference underlined its determination to take all necessary steps to guarantee the country’s security.
The COAS ordered that adequate security measures be put in place to guarantee a peaceful OIC Council of Foreign Ministers meeting and Pakistan Day Parade.
“The COAS praised the formations’ operational readiness and highlighted mission-oriented training,” according to an ISPR release.